molehill


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molehill

the small mound of earth thrown up by a burrowing mole
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Untold mountains of money were poured into this little molehill.
Question time Q Can the soil from molehills be used for anything in the garden?
So let's stop making a mountain out of a molehill and modernise without the cost of another referendum.
In respect of their pay, the Government is making a mountain out of a molehill and is being rash and stupid and is making our police look and act like a Banana Republic.
We didn't perform at Redditch, but there's no point in making a mountain out of a molehill.
Personally, I think she was making a mountain out of a molehill.
Now a new threat looms which, if ignored, will make the fridge mountain look like a molehill in comparison.
Thousands of local residents, who claim that the countryside will suffer and the area will be severely blighted by noise and new roads if the airport is expanded, are to take part in the walk which also includes a short rally with local MPs and campaigners at Molehill Green.
Without making a mountain out of a molehill, such precedents have to be implemented if we are serious in attempts to `immobilise' riders.
Some investigators, however, accuse Arensburg of making a linguistic mountain out of an anatomical molehill.
Mountain out of a molehill comes to mind immediately.
There is huge interest in the site and the volunteers on the molehill survey have been really enthusiastic.