nounjump to other results
people of the same sort (are found together)
birds of a feather (flock together) (saying)jump to other results
an action that you can be proud of This idiom comes from the Native American custom of giving a feather to someone who had been very brave in battle.
a feather in your capjump to other results
to annoy or upset someone or a group of people The senator's speech ruffled a few feathers in the business world.
ruffle somebody's/a few feathers (informal)jump to other results
to make someone feel less angry or offended
smooth (somebody's) ruffled feathersjump to other results
used to express surprise
you could have knocked me down with a feather (informal)jump to other results