At one’s word

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  • At ones heels

    the back part of the human foot, below and behind the ankle. an -n-logous part in other vertebrates. either hind foot or hoof of some animals, as the horse. the foot as a whole: he was hung by the heels. the part of a stocking, shoe, or the like covering the back part of the […]

  • At outside

    the outer , surface, or part; exterior: the outside of the house needs painting. the external aspect or appearance. the sp-ce without or beyond an enclosure, inst-tution, boundary, etc.: a prisoner about to resume life on the outside. a position away or farther away from the inside or center: the horse on the outside finished […]

  • At par

    an equality in value or standing; a level of equality: the gains and the losses are on a par. an average, usual, or normal amount, degree, quality, condition, standard, or the like: above par; to feel below par. golf. the number of strokes set as a standard for a specific hole or a complete course. […]

  • At pains, be at

    also, take pains. make a special effort or take extra trouble to do something. for example, bob was at pains to make a good first impression and wore his best suit, or mary took pains to make sure her speech would interest the audience. [ first half of 1500s ]

  • At peace

    the normal, nonwarring condition of a nation, group of nations, or the world. (often initial capital letter) an agreement or treaty between warring or antagonistic nations, groups, etc., to end hostilities and abstain from further fighting or antagonism: the peace of ryswick. a state of mutual harmony between people or groups, especially in personal relations: […]

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