Idiom:  eat someone out of house and home

Meaning

Idiom:  eat someone out of house and home

  • to eat a lot of food when you're at someone's home

Example sentences

  • I have to go to the supermarket again because my grandchildren are eating me out of house and home.
  • My neighbors came over yesterday to watch the game and ate us out of house and home.
  • When your kids become teenagers you’ll see they'll eat you out of house and home.
  • When we are home for the summer, my mom has to go grocery shopping three times a week because we eat her out of house and home.
  • I had to move out of my apartment because my roommates were eating me out of house and home.
  • I love having visitors but they really do eat us out of house and home.
  • I spent $350 on groceries and my cousin still ate me out of house and home in just one weekend.
  • Last time my friends ate us out of house and home so this time we invited ourselves over to their place.


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