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    need an expression stronger than "knocking on one's door"

    You know, as in "suitors aren't exactly knocking on her door"? I need something stronger than "knocking", but seem to be drawing a blank right now...

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    Re: need an expression stronger than "knocking on one's door"

    Oh, it's "breaking down the door". Never mind, finally thought of it.

    How do I delete this thread?

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    #3

    Re: need an expression stronger than "knocking on one's door"

    Quote Originally Posted by catbert View Post
    Oh, it's "breaking down the door". Never mind, finally thought of it.

    How do I delete this thread?
    There is no need to delete it, it might be helpful to somebody.

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    #4

    Re: need an expression stronger than "knocking on one's door"

    Or, "beating a path to our door."

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