someone's sun is set
(one's) sun has set
1. One's social, political, or financial success has declined or ended. Even though his sun has set, professionally speaking, the writer still has a large community of dedicated fans. The intangibility of investment-based wealth means many people's suns have set now that the market has crashed. A: "I think that senator is too old to become his party's presidential nominee." B: "I know, his sun really has set."
2. One has died. The artist is so wildly popular that, even after her sun has set, her records will earn her estate millions of dollars for years to come. My parents just called from the hospital to tell me that Uncle Ed's sun has set. Even before the doctor opened her mouth, her grim facial expression told us that Bridget's sun had set.
(one's) tongue is hanging out
One is very thirsty and desperate for a drink. The coach has us running laps until our legs were ready to buckle and our tongues were hanging out. Your poor dog's tongue is hanging out—I really don't think he's enjoying the heat. Can you please get me some water? Thanks so much—my tongue is hanging out.
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someone's sun is setthe time of someone's prosperity is over.
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