The British Idiom – Cling like limpets
Definition of Cling like limpets
To cling like limpets to something is to refuse to let go of it. It’s often used in relation to ideas.
Examples of Usage of Cling like limpets
Many people cling like limpets to the same silly idea about sustainability and environmentally friendly recycling. On Anna’s first morning at Pricewell’s, she caught the early bus with Luke and Flora. Flora clung to her, like a limpet.
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