Definition of FOR WANT OF A BETTER WORD / PHRASE / TERM (phrase): when you cannot think of better description
Definition of FOR WANT OF SOMETHING (phrase): because someone lacks something
Phrase used by people with a limited vocabulary or those who want to get away with saying something obscene in public.
To wish for a particular thing or plan of action. "Want" is not used in ...
Title pretty much sums up my question, why do they appear fat in comparison to a bodybuilder who has a defined 6pack?
Definition of IT IS NOT FOR WANT / LACK OF TRYING (phrase): someone is trying very hard, although failing
Definition of for the sake of in the Idioms Dictionary by The Free Dictionary
Definition of for your own sake in the Idioms Dictionary by The Free Dictionary
A story in which one small change has a ripple effect, resulting in massive changes.
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