meaning and origin of the British phrase ‘big girl’s blouse’ — word histories


1969—a weak, cowardly or oversensitive man—analogy between a cowardly man “in a flap” and an oversize garment hanging loose, fluttering The post meaning and origin of the British phrase ‘big girl’s blouse’ appeared first on word histories.

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