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kick somebody in the teeth

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishkick somebody in the teethkick somebody in the teeth (also kick somebody in the stomach/pants American English) informal to disappoint someone or treat them badly at a time when they need help We all have times when life kicks us in the teeth. kick
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kick somebody in the teethGraham sitting there waiting for me to kick him in the teeth.If he had come begging and pleading, I would have laughed at him and kicked him in the teeth.I couldn't kick him in the teeth after three years of good work and live with myself.
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