Take a potshot at someone



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    Also, take for gospel . Believe absolutely, regard as true, as in We took every word of his as gospel, but in fact he was often mistaken . This idiom, first recorded in 1496, uses gospel in the sense of the absolute truth. Also see gospel truth

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    Be soundly beaten or defeated, as in Our team took quite a shellacking last night. Why being coated with shellac should suggest defeat is not clear. [ ; c. 1930 ]



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