Idiom: Tongue-in-cheek

Tongue-in-cheek

The tongue-in-cheek figure of speech is used to imply that a statement or other production is humorously or otherwise not seriously intended.

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Idiom: Fuddy-duddy

Fuddy-duddy

“Fuddy-duddy” (or “fuddy duddy” or “fuddy-dud”) is a word used to refer to a person who is fussy while old-fashioned, traditionalist, conformist, or conservative, sometimes almost to the point of eccentricity or geekiness.

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