One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Either too much of something or too little.‘your cash flow has been feast or famine recently’
- ‘It's been feast or famine at the company.’
- ‘It's either feast or famine with Terrence Long.’
- ‘‘Regarding bird-watching, it's known to be feast or famine,’ he said.’
- ‘However, this still is a team driven by power, which means it often will be feast or famine.’
- ‘It's feast or famine at golf clubs and we're feasting at the moment.’
- ‘After having come off another slow period I decided that a small part-time job might help to temper the feast or famine cycle.’
- ‘In many cases, the power game can become feast or famine.’
- ‘It's either feast or famine for the fragile Canadian feature-film industry.’
- ‘The cycle of feast or famine in production may not be as extreme as it once was but it still exists and there can be significant dry spells when a large-scale film facility would be filled with the sounds of silence.’
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