be on everyone's lips

be on everyone's lips

To be a popular topic of conversation or gossip. The word "layoffs" is on everyone's lips because our company was bought last month. That scandal with the CEO is on everyone's lips these days.
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LONDON, February 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Sky Sports News beauty, Georgie Thompson, will be on everyone's lips today as she claimed the Lypsyl(R)Celebrity Lips of the Year award.
The tram proposals seem to be on everyone's lips at the moment, hoping that Liverpool councillors see sense and back this worthwhile, and likely only, Capital of Culture project
These words--loved, hated, feared, derided--seem to be on everyone's lips just now.
But the question which must be on everyone's lips is, why has the price of democracy more than doubled in just two years?