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To let the grass grow under one’s feet


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To let the grass grow under one’s feet means to be idle or to delay doing something.

Sample Usage

Mr.Mehta’s close friends and relatives told him it was time he stopped coming to office as his son was now efficiently handling the business; but Mr. Mehta was not the type to let the grass grow under his feet.


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