Idiom: Out of the left field
If something comes out of the left field, it is beside the point and has nothing to do with the matter being discussed.Country: American English | Subject Area: Sport | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Be out in left field
- Were you born in a field?
- Left in the dark
- Two left feet
- Left hand doesn't know what the right hand is doing
- Level playing field
- Play the field
- Left-handed compliment
- Left to your own devices
- Life left in something
- Left and right
- Leave the field open
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