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Idiom of the Week (5-21-18)

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Idiom: A Chip On Your Shoulder

Meaning: Being upset for something that happened in the past.

Example: Everyone knew that the man had a chip on his shoulder the size of Texas because his little sister had been so spoiled by his parents, but he had not been spoiled at all.  Even as an adult, he still resented her.

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Idiom of the Week (5-21-18)