Not the full shilling In english explanation

The meaning, explanation, definition and origin of the idiom/phrase "not the full shilling", English Idiom Dictionary ( also found in Vietnamese )

author Zesty Y calendar 2022-01-28 08:01

Meaning of Not the full shilling


(have) a screw loose , be not the full quid , to have bats in the belfry , Dead from the Neck Up

Not the full shilling British informal

Stupid or crazy

He is definitely not the full shilling when wearing a thick coat in this sultry weather.

You are not the full shilling if you think that this app will pay you money at such an interest rate.

Other phrases about:

(as) thick as mince

Extremely stupid

(as) silly as a wheel

Very stupid, or silly

Chinless wonder

A very offensive term used to describe an upper-class British man who is stupid or inexperienced

is off one's trolley

If you're off your trolley, your ideas or behaviour are crazy or insane.

off your trolley
Insane or foolish.

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