Idiom Of The Day

for Tue 07 / Dec / 2021

Idiom Meaning

to be overcome by a strong feeling, usually desire

to be caught off guard by something that upsets you

affected by a strong emotion while being unable to do something about it

to be very nervous

Idiom Example

The man makes me weak in the knees when he kisses me.

That cake is so good that it makes me weak at the knees, I might eat it all in one sitting.

I went weak in the knees when Peter took me through the haunted house, I can’t believe how realistic those zombies were!

Hearing that my dog had been run over, I went weak in the knees and my friend had to grab my arm to keep me from collapsing.

When they called me to go on stage I went weak in the knees.

The boy said that he could not help but ask me out, as the sight of me in my lovely dress had made him go weak in the knees.

Idiom Origin

Sorry, origin for weak in the knees is missing!

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