Look like a million dollars

Appear attractive or prosperous. For example, The painter did a good job—the house looks like a million dollars. The related feel like a million dollars means “feel healthy,” as in Helen came back from her winter vacation feeling like a million dollars. [ c. 1920 ]


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  • Look like death warmed over

    verb phrase To look miserable; look ill and exhausted; have a wretched mien: I don’t know what the news was, but Frank looks like death warmed over (1939+)

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