Idiom: Snake in the grass
Meaning: Someone who is a snake in the grass betrays you even though you have trusted them.Country: International English | Subject Area: Animals | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Snake oil salesperson
- Grass widow
- Kick something into the long grass
- Let the grass grow round your feet
- Lower than a snake's belly
- Watch grass grow
- Mad as a cut snake
- Lower than a snake's belly in a wagon rut
- Grass may be greener on the other side but it's just as hard to mow
- The grass is greener on the other side of the fence
- Grass roots
- Snake oil
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