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In addition to the idioms beginning with with, also see alive with; all over with; all right with; all up (with); along with; at home (with); at odds (with); at one (with); bear with; born with a silver spoon; both barrels, with; bound up in (with); break with; burst with; can do with; can't do anything with; cast one's lot with; caught with one's pants down; charge with; clear with; come down with; come out with; come to grips with; come to terms with; come up with; come with the territory; cook with gas; damn with faint praise; deal with; die with one's boots on; dispense with; do away with; down with; fall in with; fence with; fight fire with fire; fit in (with); fix up with; get along with; get an in with; get away with; get involved with; get in with; get on (with it); get over (with); get together (with); get tough with; go along (with); go halves with; go hard with; gone with the wind; go out (with); go through (with); go to bed with; go with; go with the flow; green with envy; handle with gloves; have a brush with; have a way with; have a word with; have done (with); have no truck with; have pull with; have to do with; have words with; hold with; in bad with; in good with; in league with; in (with) regard to; in trouble with; in with; it's all over with; keep up with; kill with kindness; laugh and the world laughs with you; lead with one's chin; learn to live with; level with; lie with; like a chicken with its head cut off; over and done with; over with; pal around with; part with; play ball (with); play the devil with; play with fire; put up with; reckon with; roll with the punches; rub elbows with; run around (with); run away with; run off with; run with; saddle someone with; see with half an eye; settle with; shake hands with; shake with laughter; side with; sign on with; sit well with; sleep with; spar with; square with; stand up with; stay with; stick with; stuck with; swim with the tide; take issue with; taken with; take the bitter with the sweet; take the rough with the smooth; take up with; tamper with; tarred with the same brush; tax with; team up with; tinker with; together with; to hell with; top off (with); to start with; toy with; trouble one's head with; vote with one's feet; walk off with; what's with; what with; you can't take it with you.

The American Heritage® Dictionary of Idioms by Christine Ammer.
Copyright © 1997. Published by Houghton Mifflin.
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