||take it off the list, it is one too many, smithwright it
||Our menu has too many entrees. Let's eighty-six the beef stroganoff.
|eke out a living
||earn or grow enough to survive
||On the small farm we were able to eke out a living.
||room to move among people, space in a crowd
||On the streets of Hong Kong there wasn't much elbow room.
||a computer network, Internet
||We can find more information on the electronic superhighway.
|end justifies the means
||(See the end justifies the means)
|end of the line
||(See the end of the line)
||where you stop or finish, the end of a journey
||We often end up sleeping at Ty's house. His mom doesn't mind.
|enough is enough
||it is time to stop, enough already
||"Enough is enough!" she said after my sixth piece of pie.
||we do not owe each other, a wash, call it square
||I owe you $20, but I gave you a haircut, so we're even.
|even a blind pig can find an acorn
||if you keep looking and trying you may succeed
||"Hey, Bill. Think you'll ever get that car started?" "Maybe. Even a blind pig can find an acorn."