Idiom: Still waters run deep
Meaning: People use this idiom to imply that people who are quiet and don't try to attract attention are often more interesting than people who do try to get attention.Country: International English | Subject Area: Nature | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Muddy the waters
- Between the devil and the deep blue sea
- Uncharted waters
- Test the waters
- Murky waters
- Pour oil on troubled waters
- Throw someone in at the deep end
- Deep pockets
- Dig way down deep
- Deep pockets but short arms
- Fish in troubled waters
- Beauty is only skin deep
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