all over (one) like a cheap suit

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all over (one) like a cheap suit

Crowding, covering, or in close proximity to one, often in a seductive or flirtatious way. Janet was all over Richard like a cheap suit for the whole night, but you could tell he wasn't interested. The press were all over me like a cheap suit the moment I stepped out of the courtroom.
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all over someone like a cheap suit

phr. pawing and clinging; seductive. (A cheap suit might cling to its wearer.) She must have liked him. She was all over him like a cheap suit.
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