Dear all:
I am wondering if you can help me with filling the following blanks. The blanks are supposed to be completed figuratively. By figurative expressions, I mean those that are neither an idiomatic nor the literal ones. For instance, “to break the ice” is an idiom, “to break the pot” is literal, but “to break the morale” is figurative. I have completed some of them myself and I want you to judge if they are correct. I would appreciate you adding anything that springs to your mind. Thanks a bunch for your help in advance!



Please, bury the agreements/…
You break the morale/…
She left me...
They spill the emotions over/…
She decided to take the...
This event has shed confidence/trust/... on the situation.
He decided to give it a pleasure/...
I have started the…
It costs a life/…
Please, keep your balance/heart/thought/…
You have to start hitting the spirit/mood/…
You’d make an impression/…
I'm not going to beat around . . .
I need to roll up my motivation/…
I’ll keep my…
Ok! Hold your…
I don’t want to burn my pride/hatred/confidence/…
You’ve twisted my mind/…
He kicked the/ …
She is liable to raise an argument/…
He told me he had lost his/…
Please, get off…
I had to bite the difficulties/…
You are pulling my interest/…
He managed to give them…
He was talking through his heart/…
Alex hit the…
Simon stepped into her feelings/…
He turned the…
He left me…
She gives my friends…
My husband lost his…
They are wasting…