English Phraseology: Feminine Idioms

 

Woman in a rowing boat

Since March 8th is International Woman’s Day, I thought I’d post some idioms with a feminine touch. I took the liberty of putting a special twist on a few of them!

Idioms in Use:

  • She’s the CEO’s right-hand woman. (i.e. someone who helps you with work & you can depend on)
  • She is a woman of her word.(i.e. someone you can trust because they do what they say they will do)
  • She is a woman after my own heart. (i.e. a person you admire because they believe in the same things you do.)
  • She is a woman of means (.i.e. she has a lot of money)

LEM..xo!

 

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