Idiom: Home, James
Meaning: This is a cliched way of telling the driver of a vehicle to start driving. It is supposed to be an order to a chauffeur (a privately employed driver). The full phrase is 'Home, James, and don't spare the horses'.Country: British English | Subject Area: Person's name | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Feel at home
- Home stretch
- Bring home the bacon
- Home and hearth
- Till the cows come home
- Drive home
- Nothing to write home about
- When the chickens come home to roost
- Home sweet home
- Home is where you lay your hat
- An Englishman's home is his castle
- Hit home
- Bring home
- Hammer something home
- Charity begins at home
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