The Duke and Duchess of Digging Will and Kate got their hands dirty, figuratively speaking, during their stop in Ottawa.
Ergo, we should call him Scottie in da club because he is figuratively beaming himself up by smoking a blunt in da club.
Here is a look at some other awesome waves, literally and figuratively.
A year ago, agent John Ferriter was almost dead (his heart stopped for three minutes) and figuratively dead (he was fired).
Once a pampered princeling, Yarvi cannot single-handedly succeed (literally or figuratively) and so must become a leader.
Not figuratively foreshowing, I hope, by its submersion, the fate of all the rest.
I also was too indolent--truly, not figuratively; the book was never written.
Fenwick figuratively threw away the textbook the first time the professor's back was turned.
The tug at his bits turned Henry's head, literally and figuratively.
So, with gathered forces, with flashing eyes and voice that rang like a trumpet, he figuratively fired the powder train.
late 14c., from Old French figuratif "metaphorical," from Late Latin figurativus, from figurat-, past participle stem of figurare "to form, shape," from figura "a shape, form, figure" (see figure (n.)). Of speech, language, etc., "involving figures of speech," from 1845. Related: Figuratively.