Be there with bells on



be there with bells on

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An expression of happiness about being someplace; I am eager and happy to be here: I will be there with bells on

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  • Bethink

    to think; consider (used reflexively): He bethought himself a moment. to remind (oneself): to bethink oneself of family obligations. to remember; recall (used reflexively): She lives in the past now, bethinking herself of happier days. to determine; resolve: Under the circumstances I could not otherwise bethink me. Archaic. to bear in mind; remember. Archaic. to […]

  • Bethought

    simple past tense and past participle of bethink. to think; consider (used reflexively): He bethought himself a moment. to remind (oneself): to bethink oneself of family obligations. to remember; recall (used reflexively): She lives in the past now, bethinking herself of happier days. to determine; resolve: Under the circumstances I could not otherwise bethink me. […]



  • Betide

    to happen to; come to; befall: Woe betide the villain! to happen; come to pass: Whatever betides, maintain your courage. Historical Examples We are standing by for what may betide, with not the faintest idea of what it may be. World’s War Events, Volume III Various Once over this and into the guard-house, and we […]

  • Be toast

    sliced bread that has been browned by dry heat. to brown, as bread or cheese, by exposure to heat. to heat or warm thoroughly at a fire: She toasted her feet at the fireplace. to become toasted. be toast, Slang. to be doomed, ruined, or in trouble: If you’re late to work again, you’re toast! […]



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