Shove (something) down (someone`s) ____: to force someone to do or agree to something that is not wanted
I do not like him because he is always trying to shove his ideas down my ____.
Bite off more than one can ____: to try to do more than you can deal with
I am trying not to bite off more than I can _____ so that I do not overwork myself.
Give one's ____ teeth (to do something): to want to do something very much
The little boy would give his ____ teeth to have a little puppy.
Long in the ____: old
The man was feeling a little long in the ____ and he did not have much energy.
On the tip of one`s ____: almost able to remember something that you have forgotten
My former teacher's name is on the tip of my ____ and I will soon remember it.
Straight from the horse's ____: direct from a source that has authority and is dependable
I heard about the party straight from the horse's ____.
Tongue in ____: jokingly, insincerely, mockingly, not really meaning something
The comment by our teacher was tongue in ____ and she did not mean it.