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    Exclamation Idiom Help Now!!!!!

    i need 2 kno the origin of the idiom "come apart at the seams" so if u kno plezz help me!!!!!!!!!!11

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    Re: Idiom Help Now!!!!!

    It is a clothing metaphor. Clothes are made from pieces of cloth. The place where the pieces of cloth are sewn together is called the seam.

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    Re: Idiom Help Now!!!!!

    Correction:

    I need to know the origin of the idiom "come apart at the seams." So, if you know, please help me.

    All the best,

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