Make a Beeline for (someone, something)

Meaning of Idiom ‘Make a Beeline’ To make a beeline is to immediately go straight toward someone or something. Examples of Use “Every time he has a birthday party, little Ricky makes a beeline for the cake.” “As soon as Tom gets to work he makes a beeline for the back door for a cigarette break.” … Read more

Bee In Your (His/Her) Bonnet, to have a

Meaning of Idiom ‘Have a Bee in Your Bonnet’ To have a bee in your bonnet means to be preoccupied with something and may also mean to talk about it excitedly, angrily, etc., often to excess; to talk about something often because one regards it as very important; to hold an unusual or strange idea or notion. … Read more