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take the wind out of another's sails

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take the wind out of another's sails rate
(Expression) To "deflate" a windy and/or pompous speaker or writer.
take the wind out of another's sails rate
to gain an advantage by anticipation
Usage: Farsighted generals can win wars by taking the wind out of their enemies' sails


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