Advanced Idioms - Similes (Like) 1

Match the phrases on the left with the definitions on the right. The tiles in the right-hand column are sortable. ANSWERS
  • like water off a duck's back
  • like a bat out of hell
  • be like a red rag to a bull
  • get on like a house on fire
  • fight like Kilkenny cats
  • like a lamb to the slaughter
  • go down like a lead balloon
  • like a toad under the harrow
  • have a memory like a sieve
  • like a bump on a log
  • have a very good and friendly relationship
  • with thousands of worries and unsolved problems
  • innocently and helplessly, without realizing the danger
  • easily, without any apparent effect
  • with little motion or activity
  • fight until both parties are destroyed
  • be completely unsuccessful or unpopular
  • very fast and wildly
  • have difficulty remembering things
  • be certain to produce an angry or violent reaction