have all (one's) marbles(redirected from have all their marbles)
have all (one's) marbles
To be mentally sound or stable. Now that I've gotten a good night's sleep, I'm starting to feel like I have all my marbles again. Grandma still has all her marbles, in spite of her other health problems.
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have all one's marbles
Fig. to have all one's mental faculties; to be mentally sound. (Very often with a negative or said to convey doubt.) I don't think he has all his marbles. Do you think Bob has all his marbles?
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have all one’s marbles
tv. to have all one’s mental faculties; to be mentally sound. (see also lose (all) one’s marbles. Have got can replace have.) I don’t think he has all his marbles.
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