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  1. Maugar

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    burn the candle at both ends. burn the candle at both ends. To overwork or exhaust oneself by doing too many things, especially both late at night and early in the morning. Oh burn the candle at both ends. burn the candle at both ends. burn the candle at both ends. burn the candle at both ends.
  2. Fenrizahn

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    "The Candle burns at both Ends. Said when Husband and Wife are both Spendthrifts." Like not worth the candle, the phrase derives from an earlier French version. Randle Cotgrave recorded it in A Dictionarie of the French and English Tongues,
  3. Kajikree

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    burn the candle at both ends Exhaust one's energies or resources by leading a hectic life. For example, Joseph's been burning the candle at both ends for weeks, working two jobs during the week and a third on weekends.
  4. Tatilar

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    Definition of we burn the candle at both ends in the Idioms Dictionary. we burn the candle at both ends phrase. What does we burn the candle at both ends expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary. We burn the candle at both ends - Idioms by The Free Dictionary.
  5. Grojora

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    Burn the Candle at Both Ends — netssopitidedawd.tikateshilfcorcockhathouposttagerri.co?v=oZ6SwFzRKpc Comment by shalfurn Note that once you kill the Candleking, you will be hostile to the kobolds again, so interact with them beforehand if you'd like.
  6. Yor

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    burning the candle at both ends. An English idiom meaning to work long hours without rest. Working late into the night and beginning again early in the morning. Joe: You're eyes are black sockets, you need some sleep man! Snowflake: I've been burning the candle at both ends trying to finish this paper.
  7. Samulrajas

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    Oct 03,  · Also, to burn a candle at both ends you would need to have it held horizontally. Doing so the flame will still be going upwards and it would burn directly in the wax, making the candle drip more and burn quicker. You may have twice as much light coming from the candle though it will only last half the time or even less.
  8. Mukree

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    This is a common American English idiom so it's important to learn it. Burn the candle at / from both ends: To become exhausted from staying up very late and getting up very early because you're busy doing many things or working a lot. Note: Here's a way to try to remember this idiom.
  9. Grozil

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    Jan 14,  · When award-winning poet Edna St. Vincent Millay died of a heart attack on Oct. 19, , the New York Times noted that she was well known for crafting a poem that ended "my candle burns at both ends." The newspaper of record pointed out that critics viewed the line of verse as "frivolous," but that hadn't stopped Millay from surfacing as an "idol of the younger generation" during .

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