|sicker than a dog
||very, very sick; as sick as a parrot
||He wants to go and play hockey, and he's sicker 'n a dog!
||weird person, pervert, psycho, scumbag
||"Who would pour ketchup all over my car?" "Oh, some sicko, I guess."
|side by side
||standing/walking beside, shoulder to shoulder
||The children were standing side by side on the stairs.
|sight for sore eyes
||(See a sight for sore eyes)
||sign your name to show you are in the building
||Be sure to sign in. We want to know that you are safe inside.
||say goodbye, close, stop writing or talking
||"I'll sign off now, but I'll write again soon. With love, Kim."
||sign your name to borrow something, on loan
||If you want to sign out a book you will need a library card.
||sign the list, enrol, enlist
||"Did you sign up for lessons?" "Yes. My name is on the list."
|silence is golden
||silence is wonderful, silence is peaceful
||After a day of teaching grade two students, silence is golden.
||bald person, chromedome
||If you were a silkhead, would you wear a toupee?