|as all get-out
||very much, a lot, like crazy, to the max
||Tracy is not only beautiful. She's as talented as all get-out.
|as American as apple pie
||very American, like an American custom
||Jeans and T-shirts are American, as American as apple pie!
|as busy as a beaver
||very busy, working steadily
||When the teacher returned, the students were as busy as beavers.
|as clean as a whistle
||without any dirt or marks, smooth and clean
||The hen squeezed, and out popped an egg as clean as a whistle.
|as drunk as a skunk
||very drunk, polluted, sloshed
||You don't remember the party because you were as drunk as a skunk!
|as dumb as a sack of hammers
||very dumb, ignorant, dumbbell
||If your dog doesn't learn your tricks, who is as dumb as a sack of hammers?
|as far as I know
||based on my knowledge, to the best of my...
||As far as I know, the company will pay your travel expenses.
|as full as a tick
||(See full as a tick)
||As if we'd leave for Banff without you. We'd never do that!
|as luck would have it
||as luck is sometimes good and sometimes bad
||By the time we arrived, as luck would have it, the fight was over.