Idiom: Don't know whether to wind a watch or bark at the moon
Meaning: If you don't know what to do, you don't know whether to wind a watch or bark at the moon.Country: International English | Subject Area: Time | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
- Their bark is worse than their bite
- Seven sheets to the wind
- Over the moon
- Sail close to the wind
- Bark is worse than their bite
- Three sheets to the wind
- Second wind
- Once in a blue moon
- Throw caution to the wind
- Hung the moon
- All bark and no bite
- Twisting in the wind
- On my watch
- Get wind of
- Three sheets in the wind
- Whistle down the wind
- Watch your back
- Billy Wind
- It's an ill wind that blows no good
- Watch your six
- Watch grass grow
- You do not get a dog and bark yourself
- Why keep a dog and bark yourself?
- Know which way the wind blows
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