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1) Dog in the manger
A) An undersized bull almost the shape of a dog
B) A dog that has no kennel of its own
C) A person who puts himself in difficulties on account of other people
D) A person who prevents others from enjoying something useless to himself

2) To throw down the glove
A) To give a challenge
B) To accept immediately
C) To be hopeless
D) To be in dilemma

3) To hold something in leash
A) To restrain
B) To keep calm
C) To make one appear guilty
D) To be impatient

4) To wrangle over an ass's shadow
A) To act in a foolish way
B) To quarrel over trifles
C) To waste time on petty things
D) To do something funny

5) To rest on one's laurels
A) To be complacent
B) To be dissatisfied
C) To be satisfied
D) To be good

6) Single blessedness
A) The state of being unmarried
B) Blissful delight
C) Belief in monism
D) Introvert

7) To keep the ball rolling
A) To earn more and more
B) To work constantly
C) To maintain the progress of a project, plan, etc
D) To make the best use of

8) Pell-mell
A) In mingled confusion or disorder
B) Gaiety and excitement
C) Extremely worried
D) A fat person

9) A close shave
A) A clean shave
B) A narrow escape
C) To gamble
D) To start something new

10) By fits and starts
A) To do intermittently or irregularly
B) To do consistently
C) To be in high spirits
D) To fight vigorously

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