Make no mistake



Have no doubt, certainly, as in Make no mistake—I’ll vote Republican no matter who runs. [ Mid-1800s ]
Also see: get someone wrong

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  • Make no never mind

    verb phrase To make no difference; be insignificant: Makes no never mind what he thinks, I’m going (1940s+ Black)

  • Make oneself at home

    Be at ease, act as though one were in one’s own home. For example, I have to make a phone call but please make yourself at home , or Tim has a way of making himself at home just about anywhere . This expression was first recorded in 1860. Also see at home , def […]



  • Make one sick

    Disgust one, as in Your constant complaining makes me sick. This expression transfers the sensations of physical illness to strong negative sentiments. [ c. 1800 ]

  • Make a crack

    Utter an impudent, sarcastic, or ironic remark, as in She’s constantly making cracks about the store’s management. The noun crack here alludes to a hunter’s shot at game. [ ; late 1800s ]



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