Idiom: All's fair in love and war
Meaning: This idiom is used to say that where there is conflict, people can be expected to behave in a more vicious way.Country: International English | Subject Area: War, weapons and conflict | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Head over heels in love
- Labour of love
- Labor of love
- No love lost
- Fair and square
- Fair crack of the whip
- Fair shake of the whip
- Fair thee well
- For the love of Pete
- Puppy love
- Love is blind
- Cupboard love
- Face only a mother could love
- Love me, love my dog
- Fair game
- Love you and leave you
- Fair suck of the sauce bottle
- Lord love a duck
- Faint heart never won fair lady
- Love begets love
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