The British Idiom – Black sheep
Definition of Black sheep
The black sheep of the family is a family member who is always in trouble, the worst family member.
Examples of Usage of Black sheep
Louise is always in trouble with the police, is taking drugs, and is a prolific shoplifter. She is most definitely the black sheep of the family. As far as I’m aware we don’t have any black sheep in our family, were all pretty well-behaved and rather boring really.
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