play out of (one's) skin(redirected from play out one's skin)
play out of (one's) skin
To play or perform exceptionally well and with maximum energy and skill. You can tell that they played out of their skins for the whole match, but they just couldn't secure a victory against the returning champions.
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- it's hard to teach an old dog new tricks
- teach an old dog new tricks, one can't/it's hard to
- shoot the lights out
- bundle of energy
- a treat for the (eyes, ears, nose, etc.)
- bigger they are, the harder they fall
- bigger they come, the harder they fall, the
- the bigger they are, the harder they fall
- the bigger they come, the harder they fall
- flying colors, come off with