Idiom: Hanged for a sheep as a lamb
Meaning: This is an expression meaning that if you are going to get into trouble for doing something, then you ought to stop worrying and should try to get everything you can before you get caught.Country: International English | Subject Area: Animals | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Wolf in sheep's clothing
- Mutton dressed as lamb
- Black sheep
- Separate the sheep from the goats
- Cast sheep's eyes at
- Count sheep
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