Idiom: In a cleft stick
Meaning: If you are in a cleft stick, you are in a difficult situation, caught between choices.Country: International English | Subject Area: General | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Wrong end of the stick
- Stick to your guns
- Up the stick
- Give someone stick
- Give it some stick
- Carrot and stick
- Stick your neck out
- Better than a stick in the eye
- Short end of the stick
- Ugly as a stick
- Rough end of the stick
- Stick in your craw
- More than you can shake a stick at
- Speak softly and carry a big stick
- Stick out like a sore thumb
- You can't beat that with a stick
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