Idioms and Cliches'
Idioms- Expressions that do not have a literal meaning.
Cliches'- Expressions that are so common and overused that they fail to impart any real impact on the sentence. Cliches can be two things: overused expressions and an idea of different meaning.
Idioms For Example: "It's raining cats and dogs!"
beat around the bush
actions speak louder than words
barking up the wrong tree
best thing since sliced break
Cliches' For Example: "Cat got your tongue?"
a bun in the oven
a bad egg
butter him up
dead as a door nail