Idiom “Eat out of house and home ” Meaning of Idiom, Definition of Phrase and origin with Example.

Eat out of house and home 




Twelve-year-old Varun has a huge appetite. 

“You’ll eat me out of house and home,” laughed his father.
This idiom can be used both literally and figuratively, and means to ruin a person by eating or using up all he has. 

Rohit’s constant demands for money provoked his father into saying, “You’ll eat me out of house and home.” 

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