With Flying Colors

A phrase used since the 17th century. Meaning With flying colors means with easy and outstanding success. To succeed at something extremely well.  Want to see more videos from Idioms.Online? Subscribe to our YouTube channel! Examples Of Use “I was worried about my medical exam but I passed with flying colors.” “I hardly studied … Read more

Show Your True Colors, to

An expression in use since the 1800’s. Meaning To show your true colors means to reveal your true character, feelings, opinions, etc. Usage This idiom is always used in a negative sense, to describe someone who seemed to be a better person than they turned out to be once their ‘true colors’ came out. Examples … Read more

Horse of a Different Color

Also: Horse of Another Color Meaning of Idiom ‘Horse of a Different Color’ When we say something is a horse of a different color we mean that it is a completely different issue; an unrelated matter.  Want to see more videos from Idioms.Online? Subscribe to our YouTube channel! Examples Of Use “I thought you just wanted kitchen … Read more