Clichés, in Other Words

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Verbose descriptionCliché
Hooved mammal of a non-similar shade
A small portion of liquid in a relatively larger container
The sixty-minute period prior to the final one
Playing card placed in the aperture
Precipitating house pets
As soon as the devil's homeland turns to ice
Refrain from chomping on the appendage that provides you nourishment
An amphibian living in one's neck
A lack of sound is composed of precious metals
The fowl that arrives before the others may possess the invertebrate food source
Making noises like a dog, but directed at the top of the incorrect plant
Unconsciousness leads to failure
Authority in its fullest nature demoralizes one fully
Travel to the location in question; otherwise, have four points
Male child of a dangerous weapon
Additional yellow fruit
View the other illuminated half
Everything is fine as long as it concludes as such
Turning as crazy as yellow fruit
Were you born as one of the Homo sapiens variety, or as a lowly rodent
A pirate's heavy artillery, not properly attached
Returning to the four-pointed shape of origin
Verbose descriptionCliché
Does a mammal of the feline variety have possession of your tasting instrument?
A lack of intestines leads to an absence of accolades
Wager your unit of currency that happens to be placed under the others
Is unable to navigate oneself in the proper direction to escape from a container composed of what was once trees
Little universe
It was inquisitiveness that murdered the feline
Refrain from enumerating your fowl prior to their emergence from the shell
Livestock composed entirely of currency
A slice of fattening desert
Insects invading one's lower clothing
The fruit doesn't travel a large distance from its plant of origin
The consumption of a singular fruit per 24-hour period deters the physician from visiting
There are shiny objects that are not necessarily a precious metal
Deeply evil down to one's one skeleton
One sight organ taken with yours
One upper and lower limb
Aquatic animal removed from its habitat
Do not momentarily stop the process of respiration
The entire portion of Mexican food
Justice prevails in affection and fighting
A visage only a maternal parent could appreciate
Movements communicate with greater volume than the spoken language

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