Idiom: Put somebody's nose out of joint
Meaning: If you put someone's nose out of joint, you irritate them or make them angry with you.Country: International English | Subject Area: Body and bodily functions | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Keep your nose clean
- Powder your nose
- Win by a nose
- Under your nose
- Pay through the nose
- Cut off your nose to spite your face
- Plain as the nose on your face
- Turn your nose up
- Thumb your nose at
- No skin off my nose
- Keep your nose to the grindstone
- Nose in the air
- Big nose
- Follow your nose
- Camel's nose
- Poke one's nose
- Brown nose
- On the nose
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