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Hole-and-corner


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The idiom Hole and Corner means secret, clandestine furtive and also related to unimportant aspect of life. It is always used before the noun in the sentence.

Sample Usage

1. I have come to know of your hole-and-corner methods of dealing with people.

2. I don't want any more hole-in-the-corner deals, from now all our business will be done in the open.


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