Idiom: Ship came in
Meaning: If your ship has come in, something very good has happened to you.Country: International English | Subject Area: Transport & Travel | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Like a rat deserting a sinking ship
- Tight ship
- Rudderless ship
- Spoil the ship for a ha'pworth of tar
- Shape up or ship out
- That ship has sailed
- Jump ship
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