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Idiom “Eat out of a person’s hand ” Meaning of Idiom, Definition of Phrase and origin with Example.

Eat out of a person’s hand 




The Kumars are worried. Their son is completely besotted by Priya, whom they consider most unsuitable. 

“She has him eating out of her hand,” grumbled Mr Kumar in disgust. 

He meant that the young man was completely submissive to Priya.

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