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squeak by (someone or something)
to just barely exceed or pass someone or something
I was able to squeak by the deadline and submit my scholarship application on time.
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  • squirrel (something) away or squirrel away (something)
  • stab (someone) in the back
  • stack the cards/deck for or against (someone or something)
  • stack up (something) or stack (something) up
  • stake a claim to (something)
  • stall off (someone or something) or stall (someone or something) off
  • stamp out (something) or stamp (something) out
  • stand (someone) in good stead with (someone or something)
  • stand a chance of (doing something)
  • stand behind (someone or something)
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  • make peace with (someone)
  • hell and high water
  • gas up
  • in between
  • set (something) off or set off (something)
  • bad blood (between people)
  • fly the coop
  • a holy terror
  • no kidding
  • turn over (an engine)

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