I’m Your Huckleberry

Meaning of Idiom ‘I’m Your Huckleberry” I’m your huckleberry is a no longer heard idiom which meant, I’m the person you are looking for, I’m the man for the job, or, simply, I’m your man; I’m inconsquential, unimportant. Usage This idiom would have been used in various ways, including as a response to anyone looking … Read more

I’m Afraid (idiom)

Also: I’m afraid so I’m afraid not Meaning Of Idiom ‘I’m Afraid’ Although ‘I’m afraid’ literally means I am frightened or scared, when used idiomatically it means I’m sorry or I regret. 1Manser, Martin H. The Wordsworth Dictionary of Idioms. Wordsworth Editions Limited, 2006. Usage I’m afraid is used as a polite way of expressing regret when informing someone about something … Read more