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Use context clues to write a definition for each boldfaced idiom. Use a dictionary if you need help.

Nervous and awkward, he always seemed to put his foot in his mouth.

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To put your foot in your mouth is an idiom which means doing or saying something that shouldn't have been done/said.

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