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storm in a teacup - a lot of unnecessary anger and worry about a matter that is not important, under the weather - he or she does not feel well, rain on someone's parade - to do something that spoils someone's plans, every cloud has a silver lining - said to emphasize that every difficult or unpleasant situation has some advantage, head in the clouds - to not know the facts of a situation, get wind of something - to learn a piece of information, esp. when it has been a secret, it never rains but pours - said when one bad thing happens, followed by a lot of other bad things, under a cloud - to not be trusted or popular because people think you have done something wrong, hot under the collar - to feel embarrassed or angry about something, blow hot and cold - to sometimes like or be interested in something or someone and sometimes not, so people get confused about how you really feel, make heavy weather of something - to find something hard to do and spend a lot of time on it, although it is not difficult, any port in a storm - used for saying that you will accept any help or take any opportunity if you are in a bad situation, come rain or shine - whatever happens ,
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