Idiom: Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown
Meaning: This means that people with serious responsibilities have a heavy burden.
Country: International English |
Subject Area: Body and bodily functions |
Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Head over heels in love
- Fat head
- Talk out of the back of your head
- Head is in the clouds
- Keep your head above water
- Who wears the trousers?
- Who wears the pants?
- Bury your head in the sand
- In over your head
- Over your head
- Head on the block
- Hit the nail on the head
- Head nor tail
- Head for the hills
- Head on a spike
- Like a bear with a sore head
- Get your head around something
- All in your head
- Knock something on the head
- Off the top of your head
- Head south
- Heap coals on someone's head
- Bite someone's head off
- Keep your head
- You've got rocks in your head
- Go to your head
- Come to a head
- Turn something on its head
- Head is mince
- Stand head and shoulders above
- Better be the head of a dog than the tail of a lion
- Lose your head
- A still tongue keeps a wise head
- Bless your pointy little head
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