'Shake in your boots' Meaning
What does the saying 'Shake in your boots' mean?
- Shake a leg
- Fair shake of the whip
- Heart in your boots
- Tough as old boots
- Too big for your boots
- More than you can shake a stick at
- Lick someone's boots
- Half a shake
- Fill your boots
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