Idiom: Old flames die hard
Meaning: It's very difficult to forget old things, especially the first love.Country: International English | Subject Area: Nature | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Hard cheese
- Hard of hearing
- Between a rock and a hard place
- Hard sell
- Hard as nails
- Hard up
- Hard on someone's heels
- Hard to come by
- Shoot down in flames
- Come on hard
- Play hard to get
- Hard by
- Grass may be greener on the other side but it's just as hard to mow
- Hard miles
- Rode hard and put away wet
- Hard act to follow
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