Caught looking



adjective phrase

Called out on strikes from not swinging (1970s+ Baseball)
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  • Caught short

    Found to be lacking something one needs, especially money, as in Can you pay the check? I seem to be caught short. This idiom uses short in the sense of “lacking money,” a usage dating from the early 1500s. Contemporary Examples Historical Examples

  • Cauls

    a part of the amnion sometimes covering the head of a child at birth. greater omentum. a net lining in the back of a woman’s cap or hat. a cap or hat of net formerly worn by women. a form or plate for pressing a veneer or veneers being glued to a backing or to […]



  • Caul

    a part of the amnion sometimes covering the head of a child at birth. greater omentum. a net lining in the back of a woman’s cap or hat. a cap or hat of net formerly worn by women. a form or plate for pressing a veneer or veneers being glued to a backing or to […]

  • Cauld

    cold. Historical Examples adjective, noun a Scot word for cold



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