All over oneself

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All over oneself: Extremely pleased. Over confident, for example, "He's all over himself because he's got leave." "He used to be all right, but now he's promoted he's all over himself." [1]

References / notes[edit]

  1. Edward Fraser and John Gibbons (1925). Soldier and Sailor Words and Phrases. Routledge, London p.5.

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