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'Get your dander up' - the meaning and origin of this phrase


If 'get one's dander up' is synonymous with 'get one's dandruff up' we need to explain how dandruff can be 'up' exactly - not an intuitive picture to visualise.

Get dander up - Idioms by The Free Dictionary

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Definition of get dander up in the Idioms Dictionary. get dander up phrase. What does get dander up expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom ...

Dander | Definition of Dander by Merriam-Webster


How did "dander" acquire its "temper" sense? Etymologists have come up with a few possibilities, but nothing is known for sure. Some experts have proposed, ...

Get dander up - The Free Dictionary

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Temper or anger: What got their dander up? [Perhaps alteration of dunder, fermented cane juice used in rum-making, fermentation, possibly alteration of ...

get one's dander up | Definition, meaning & more | Collins Dictionary


get one's dander up | to become or to cause someone to become annoyed or angry | Definition, pronunciation, examples & translations.

Get Your Dander Up « Historically Speaking


Jun 23, 2010 ... Learn the history behind the phrase "get your dander up" at www.idiomation. wordpress.com.

Dander « The Word Detective


Jul 14, 2008 ... Dander. The cranky reindeer. Dear Word Detective: I know when something “gets my dander up,” which is something my mother always used to ...

get (one's) dander up - The Online Slang Dictionary


Oct 27, 2011 ... This Slang page is designed to explain what the meaning of get (one's) dander up is. The slang word / phrase / acronym get (one's) dander up ...

Get Your Dander Up : Phrases, Clichés, Expressions & Sayings


Get Your Dander Up : Phrases. Meaning: To get excitedly angry - into a temper. Example: Don't get your dander up - I'm only doing my job! Origin: The phrase ...