OVER THE MOON

extremely happy

FAROUCHE

a shy person 

ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM

an obvious problem or difficult situation that people do not want to talk about 

RAMPIKE

a broken or dead tree

TARADIDDLE

a small lie

GULLYWASHER

a short, heavy rain shower 

BLOOD IS THICKER THAN WATER

Family loyalties are stronger than those to other people

SONDER

The realization that everyone is living their own vivid life

CANDID

truthful and straightforward, frank 

LOLLYBAG

spend time aimlessly; dawdle

VIVACIOUS

Full of energy and enthusiasm, it's especially used for a girl or a woman

FLIT

to move lightly and swiftly, flutter

ABLIGURITION

spending great amounts of money on foods

EYESOME

Pleasant to look at

FUSTY

Old fashioned or out-of-date

FUDGEL

Pretending to work when you're not actually doing anything at all

WHEN PIGS FLY

Something that will never happen

SOPORIFIC

causing or tending to sleep

IF YOU SNOOZE, YOU LOSE

You have to act fast to get what you want...

GREAT MINDS THINK ALIKE

Smart people usually have the same ideas...

WAGGISH

Someone who is mischievous and humorous.

AUTOPHILE

A person who loves solitude, being alone A car enthusiast

MANGATA/MOONGLADE

Mangata- The reflection of the moon on the water Moonglade- The track of moonlight on water

PHOSPHENES

The stars and colors you see when you rub your eyes

FROBLY-MOBLY

A way to say 'not bad' when someone asks you how you're doing

LEXICAL GAP

When there should be a word for something but there isn't, it's called a lexical gap

GIGGLEMUG

A habitually smiling face

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