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Colloquialism, assonances and alliterations
Higgledy-piggledy (adverb) : in a messy way , without any order
Hoity toity (adj ): snobbish , haughty
Tit for tat (noun or adjective) : a repartee, an act of retaliation
By hook or by crook : by any possible method, even if one does not want it
Chit chat (noun) : small talk , casual conversation
Hush-hush (adj). : confidential , secret
Pell-mell (adverb ): in a confused way or manner
Trick or treat : at Halloween
Flip-flops (noun) : rubber sandals used at the seaside
Shipshape (adj) : tidy , in good order.
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