This generator will generate 5 idioms and proverbs at a time, all completely fake and without meaning, but meanings can be given easily with a little imagination.
Idioms (and proverbs) are expressions with usually figurative meanings, but some have literal meanings or both. Some examples you may have heard are: "Add insult to injury.", "Play devil's advocate.", "In the heat of the moment." and "Seeing eye to eye."
For the purpose of this generator I've made up over 200 idioms. None of them have a specific meaning attached to them, but it's easy to add one yourself and many could have multiple meanings. More idioms will likely be added in the future, especially if people submit their own. But either way there's plenty to pick from.
Out of the ones I made up my personal favorites are probably:
- A cracked road leads to injury.
- A single stone can be the start of a home.
- Saving it for yesterday.
To start, simply click on the button to generate 5 random idioms. Don't like the idioms? Simply click again to get 5 new ones.
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