In a tree
In a prison
In a bank
It's a block forming a division of a hospital
Festive and gleeful
First high-pitched, then low-pitched
Sad and threatening
A bitter quarrel
A land granted to a vassal
A marketing stunt
Some small talk
Sort of waitress
To lay eyes on
To have sex with
To hold hands with
Pull or lift up something with a winch
A reflex that closes and opens the eyes rapidly
Make a face indicating disgust or dislike
When an economy is performing well, all people will benefit from it.
Something is firmly established and very difficult to change.
The idiom may refer to both the positives and negatives of a person who is always moving
It's easy for a foolish person to lose his/her money.