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Keeping track of slang and colloquialisms can seem fruitless, but McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions can practically do the work for you. Individual entries cover words from street culture and Internet expressions, as well as older terms. Browsing these colorful and varied terms is both useful and often surprising.
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let ride let rip let self go let sleeping dogs lie let slide let slip let someone let someone down let someone have it let someone off let someone off the hook let something ride let steam let the cat out bag let the cat out of bag let the cat out of the bag let the cat out the bag let the chips fall where they may let the devil take hindmost let the devil take the hind most let the devil take the hind-most let the devil take the hindmost let the good times roll let the grass grow under feet let the grass grow under her feet let the grass grow under his feet let the grass grow under my feet let the grass grow under one feet let the grass grow under one's feet let the grass grow under ones feet let the grass grow under our feet let the grass grow under their feet let the grass grow under your feet let the side down
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