Autumn: grape, kite, leaf, pumpkin, squirrel
|sour grapes||having a negative attitude towards something because it cannot be obtained||I don’t believe that you don’t like my jacket. I think you really like it and saying you don’t is just sour grapes.|
|high as a kite||overexcited, drunk, euphoric from drugs||The news is so good, I’m high as a kite right now.|
|fly a kite||suggest something/get an opinion||– Where are they? Why aren’t they here yet?
– I’m just flying a kite but maybe they are lost.
|shake/tremble like a leaf||shake or tremble because of fear||The film was very scary and little Sadie sat on the couch trembling like a leaf when it was over.|
|some pumpkins||someone or something special||That Marla really is some pumpkins.|
|squirrel something away||collect, save or hide something in a safe place||I’ve got some chocolate squirrelled away here somewhere.|