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idioms involving horse
Get off one's high horse
Stop acting as if one is superior to others
He needs to get off his high horse and start working as hard as everyone else on the team does.
Our new manager is well educated; he has a lot of book sense, but no horse sense.
Straight from the horse's mouth
To hear something directly from the person involved in it
There have been many rumors circulating, but I heard the truth straight from the horse's mouth.
Don't switch horses midstream
Don't change workers (or leaders) mid-project
The prime minister's campaign
speech is Re-elect me; don't change horses mid-stream.
To play, to goof off
The computer programmers horsed
around too much and didn't finish the program by the