Friday, October 28, 2005

Cliché: out of the woods

Meaning: out of danger or in the clear
Rewrite 1: out of the
Rewrite 2: out of the weed patchn5
Rewrite 3: clear of the
Rewrite 4: in the middle of an angry crowd

Comment: Decide first whether you want to express being out of some kind of danger or in the clear. Although “out of the woods” can express either, other metaphors can’t.

More reading about clichés
What I found when I
googled “clichés”:
Film Sound Clichés: "Film sound stereotypes and common logic flaws."

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