One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
(of a person) look or feel extremely good.
- ‘Why bother, when Milan will always end up leaving you looking like a million dollars?’
- ‘The house will look like a million dollars when it's all done.’
- ‘I felt I looked a million dollars - for the first and last time.’
- ‘I feel like a million dollars as we cruise towards Manhattan.’
- ‘This involves sometimes dressing up to the nines, doing grand things and looking like a million dollars.’
- ‘And the glorious alpine summer weather will make you feel like a million dollars.’
- ‘He made you feel like a million dollars when you were with him.’
- ‘However, it was great to have her present and looking a million dollars.’
- ‘This was all built on a Mac, naturally, and it looks like a million dollars in Safari.’
- ‘But I made you feel like a million dollars, didn't I?’
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