Feathers will fly - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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the feathers fly
There is an argument. When the feathers fly, I'm making myself scarce—there's no way I'm getting roped into a fight between those two. You can be sure that the feathers will fly if president vetoes the bill that both side of congress worked so hard to pass.
the ˌfeathers/ˌfur/ˌsparks will ˈfly (informal) there will be anger, annoyance, etc: The fur will really fly when she tells him he can’t go out tonight.
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FEATHERS will fly
when wearing this extravagant crown bando, pounds 20 at Accessorize, below.