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(To) beat about the bush


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(To) beat about the bush is a phrase.It is used for persons who never talks directly rather tries to indicate something indirectly.

Sample Usage

1. Please don't beat about the bust, come to the point.

2. I do not like people who are in the habit of beating about the bush for nothing.

3. Having no convincing argument to defend his point, the speaker began to beat about the bush.


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