Definition of like a dog with two tails in English:

like a dog with two tails

phrase

  • Used to emphasize how delighted someone is.

    ‘‘Is he pleased?’ ‘Like a dog with two tails.’’
    • ‘I felt like a dog with two tails, because I was proud to have been in Montgomery's Eighth Army.’
    • ‘So Hans was like a dog with two tails, as well he might have been!’
    • ‘At last I had my coach; I was like a dog with two tails.’
    • ‘After we helped her with her yard, she would enthuse: ‘I feel like a dog with two tails!’’
    • ‘He was like a dog with two tails, strutting round and showing off his winnings.’
    • ‘I am not used to being home, my husband is like a dog with two tails, and his excitement at having me here is starting to annoy me.’
    • ‘My husband is like a dog with two tails about this holiday having never been on a cruise before!’
    • ‘My brother was like a dog with two tails when his girlfriend agreed to marry him; he was really happy.’
    • ‘When I entered the room of the carnival party, I was like a dog with two tails but I was a bit anxious because I hadn't learned the poem, that I had to recite by heart.’
    • ‘As you can imagine I was like a dog with two tails.’
    contented, content, cheerful, cheery, merry, joyful, jovial, jolly, joking, jocular, gleeful, carefree, untroubled, delighted, smiling, beaming, grinning, glowing, satisfied, gratified, buoyant, radiant, sunny, blithe, joyous, beatific, blessed
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