“Fish out of water” Meaning of Idiom, Definition of Phrase and origin with Example.

Fish out of water

Imagine that you were a fish and out of water. How would you feel? 

Just like Mrs Verma who hadn’t studied past school, and had to attend a social gathering where she met some very learned and erudite professors. She felt very aware of her lack of knowledge. 

A fish out of water is a person who is not in accustomed or preferred surroundings. 

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