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1) Pell-mell
A) In mingled confusion or disorder
B) Gaiety and excitement
C) Extremely worried
D) A fat person

2) Hobson's choice
A) Feeling of insecurity
B) Accept or leave the offer
C) Feeling of strength
D) Excellent choice

3) To bring one's eggs to a bad market
A) To face a humiliating situation
B) To bring one's commodities to a market where there is no demand for them
C) To show one's talents before audience which is incapable of appreciating them
D) To fail in one's plans because one goes to the wrong people for help

4) To fly off the handle
A) To take off
B) To be indifferent
C) To dislocate
D) To become suddenly enraged

5) To frame a person
A) To make one appear guilty
B) To praise someone
C) To take revenge with someone
D) To befool someone

6) Take the wind out of (one's) sails
A) To cause harm to another
B) To live in great comfort and luxury
C) To rob of an advantage
D) To be in a dilemma

7) To wrangle over an ass's shadow
A) To act in a foolish way
B) To quarrel over trifles
C) To waste time on petty things
D) To do something funny

8) To bear the brunt of
A) To offer to carry the heaviest weight
B) To get the greater amount or larger part of something bad
C) To share the lightest of responsibilities
D) To give birth to some unsavoury matter

9) To catch a tartar
A) To trap a wanted criminal with great difficulty
B) To catch a fish
C) To deal with someone or something that proves unexpectedly troublesome or powerful
D) To meet a disaster

10) To make a clean breast of
A) To gain prominence
B) To praise oneself
C) To confess without reserve
D) To destroy before it blooms

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