get\ down\ off\ your\ high\ horse

See: off one's high horse

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  • get down off your high horse — come/get (down) off your high horse to stop talking as if you were better or more clever than other people. It s time you came down off your high horse and admitted you might have made a mistake …   New idioms dictionary

  • get down off your high horse — See: OFF ONE S HIGH HORSE …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • get down off your high horse — See: OFF ONE S HIGH HORSE …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • come down off your high horse — come/get (down) off your high horse to stop talking as if you were better or more clever than other people. It s time you came down off your high horse and admitted you might have made a mistake …   New idioms dictionary

  • come down off your high horse — See get off your high horse …   English idioms

  • get off your high horse — come/get (down) off your high horse to stop talking as if you were better or more clever than other people. It s time you came down off your high horse and admitted you might have made a mistake …   New idioms dictionary

  • come off your high horse — come/get (down) off your high horse to stop talking as if you were better or more clever than other people. It s time you came down off your high horse and admitted you might have made a mistake …   New idioms dictionary

  • high horse — noun an attitude of arrogant superiority get off your high horse and admit you are wrong • Hypernyms: ↑attitude, ↑mental attitude * * * noun 1. : an unyielding, pretentious, or arrogant mood : a high and mighty air or attitude …   Useful english dictionary

  • on one's high horse — 1. In an attitude of fancied superiority 2. Very much on one s dignity • • • Main Entry: ↑high * * * informal used to refer to someone’s behaving in an arrogant or pompous manner get down off your high horse …   Useful english dictionary

  • high — high1 W1S1 [haı] adj comparative higher superlative highest ↑high, ↑low ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(from bottom to top)¦ 2¦(above ground)¦ 3¦(large number)¦ 4¦(good standard)¦ 5¦(containing a lot)¦ 6¦(rank/position)¦ …   Dictionary of contemporary English


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