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    hair down?

    In a text about a less rigorous book by some well-known thinker the author says that this text "lets us see him with his hair down". Is this a known idiom? Does it simply mean what it seems to mean or is there something special to be understood here?


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    Re: hair down?

    Quote Originally Posted by okok
    In a text about a less rigorous book by some well-known thinker the author says that this text "lets us see him with his hair down". Is this a known idiom? Does it simply mean what it seems to mean or is there something special to be understood here?
    to let your hair down, relax, be at ease

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    Re: hair down?

    Thank you

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