Idiom: A rolling stone gathers no moss
People say this to mean that an ambitious person is more successful than a person not trying to achieve anything. Originally it meant the opposite and was critical of people trying to get ahead.Country: International English | Subject Area: Plants & Flowers | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
- Set in stone
- Kill two birds with one stone
- Rolling in the aisles
- Leave no stone unturned
- Get the ball rolling
- Blood out of a stone
- Stone's throw
- As cold as stone
- Stone deaf
- Written in stone
- Etched in stone
- Rolling in money
- Stone the crows
- Stone dead
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