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    English Idioms

    what is the meaning of "to come out of the woodwork".

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    Re: English Idioms

    "Come out of the woodwork" means "appear suddenly" (often in massive numbers).
    The CEO used to be well-liked and respected. But ever since the reports of accounting fraud broke, critics have been coming out of the woodwork.

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