Above one’s head

above one’s head

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  • Abovementioned

    or written : the role was sung by the abovementioned mr. phillips. historical examples i request that he may be questioned respecting this book of magic, as well as the contents of the abovementioned envelope. records of the spanish inquisition andrew d-ckson white questioned, what was the age and personal appearance of the abovementioned pepa […]

  • Above stairs

    . contemporary examples besides, how on earth could a girl like rose mix with them above stairs? a real-life ‘downton abbey’ affair margaret powell january 12, 2013 historical examples there was a sudden sound, a long, shivering sigh from above stairs. the son of monte christo jules lermina as he stepped into the house, something […]

  • Above suspicion

    so trustworthy as never to be suspected of wrongdoing, as in “the wife of caesar must be above suspicion” (charles merivale, a history of the romans under the empire, 1850). the phrase was given further currency when it was used for the t-tle of a very popular world war ii spy film starring joan crawford […]

  • Above the law

    see under above suspicion

  • Aboveboard

    in open sight; without tricks, concealment, or disguise: their actions are open and aboveboard. historical examples he knows that he’s followed, all right, and he’s cagy enough to keep in the open and pretend to be aboveboard. on secret service william nelson taft they were things that didn’t seem—what you would call square and aboveboard. […]

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