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not be all morning
To not take a long time in the morning, or all the hours in the morning. Usually used in the present tense to convey annoyance. How long is this repair job going to take? It better not be all morning! Run this to the post office, but don't be all morning, OK?
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the standard greeting phrase used any time between midnight and noon. Bob: Good morning. Bill: Good morning, Bob. You sure get up early!
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
- (early) morning dreams come true
- (you've) got to get up pretty early in the morning to (do something)
- a Monday morning quarterback
- a morning person
- be/take all day, morning, etc.
- first thing in the morning
- good day
- good morning
- gotta get up pretty early in the morning to
- in the space of (an amount of time)
- in the space of a minute, an hour, a morning, etc.
- laze away
- loaf away
- loiter away
- Monday morning quarterback
- Monday-morning quarterback
- morning after
- morning after, the
- Morning dreams come true
- morning glory
- morning missile
- morning tent
- morning wood
- morning, noon and night
- morning, noon, and night
- not be all day
- not be all morning
- not take all day
- not take all morning
- of a morning/afternoon/evening
- red sky in the morning, shepherd's warning
- son of the morning
- that Monday morning feeling
- the early hours (of the night/morning)
- the morning after
- the morning after (the night before)
- the morning after the night before
- the other day
- the other day, morning, etc.
- the other morning
- the small hours (of the night/morning)
- the wee hours (of the night/morning)
- the wee small hours (of the night/morning)
- top of the morning (to you)