Missing Idiom Contest
The Free Dictionary has the largest collection of English idioms in the world. But we’re always looking for more to add, and we want your help! Every so often we hear from users who have looked up an idiom on The Free Dictionary that it was not found in the database. Maybe it was some expression they heard at work, or some phrase they grew up hearing their grandmother say.
If you know an idiom that isn’t already defined on The Free Dictionary, send it to us below.
Congratulations to our contest winners for October!
- 1st place: email@example.com – $150
- 1st runner-up: c***n@g***s.com.au – $50
- 2nd runner-up: firstname.lastname@example.org – $50
- Look up your idiom on The Free Dictionary to make sure it’s not already on the site. (Only real idioms that are used in real life. No made-up entries, please.)
- If it’s not already on the site, use the form below to send it to us. Submit as many different idioms as you can by January 31, 2020!
- The contestant who submits the most entries deemed valid* by The Free Dictionary editorial team will be awarded $150 USD. Two runners-up will be awarded $50 USD. Winners will be paid via TransferWise or PayPal. (Please see the list of supported countries here: https://transferwise.com/help/11/getting-started/2571942/what-countries-can-i-send-to or here: https://www.paypal.com/us/webapps/mpp/country-worldwide).