American Cultural Literacy: “Sailing close to the wind”

Sailing close to the wind

Definition: To take risks to do something; going close to the limit of what is allowed or acceptable.

Sample Sentence: Dave was sailing close to the wind when he decided to drive after a couple of drinks.

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