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Chip of the Old Block (A)

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A son or child of the same stuff as his father. The chip is the same wood as the block. Burke applied the words to W. Pitt

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Chime in with (To)
Chimney Money or Hearth money
Chimneypot Hat (A)
Chinese Gordon
Chingachgook
Chink or Jink
Chintz
Chios (Kios)
Chip or Chips
Chip of the Old Block (A)
Chiron [Kiron]
Chirping Cup or Glass
Chisel
Chitty-faced
Chivairy
Chivy
Chivy or Chivvy
Chloe (Kloee)
Chloe
Chœreas [Kereas]