Idiom: If you fly with the crows, you get shot with the crows
Meaning: If you wish to be associated with a particular high risk and/or high profile situation and benefit from the rewards of that association, you have to accept the consequences if things go wrong - you cannot dissociate yourself.Country: International English | Subject Area: Animals | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Stone the crows
- Shot in the dark
- Cheap shot
- Shot across the bow
- Long shot
- Worth a shot
- Hit me with your best shot
- As mad as a wrongly shot hog
- Until the last dog is shot
- Shot in the arm
- Off like a shot
- Grinning like a shot fox
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