be in the doghouse

be in the doghouse

  (informal)
if someone is in the doghouse, another person is annoyed with them because of something they have done I forgot to turn the oven off and the dinner's ruined, so I'm really in the doghouse.
See also: doghouse
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POSING pertly, Gracie is more than happy to be in the doghouse.
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Junior forward Jarvis Turner seems to be in the doghouse, playing just five minutes against Oregon.