But in some cases it's much wiser just to turn tail
and run--or, as research at the Oregon State University Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport shows, to turn fin and swim.
The EoACAyinvader' would stop short, taken aback by this bundle of sound and fury, wondering if he should turn tail
or press on regardless.
It was enough to make new arrivals turn tail
and take the next train out of town.
She's like a woman possessed, with a thousand yard stare that could make Clint Eastwood turn tail
When one of his pupils was threatened by the servants of one such demon, who had been turned into tigers for the purpose, Chodoryo countered by creating a giant lion which, in the magic battle that ensued, attacked the tigers and made them turn tail
But the law suit - plus the possibility of a nearby rival gambling mecca being set up - was enough to make BLB turn tail
Those who have been calling for his head will suddenly turn tail
, act all sympathetic and blame the pressures of trying to stay in contention in what is now the super league of Premiership teams.
It would be really wimpy of me to turn tail
and run now.
Many would just turn tail
and run but, to two friends on the way back from the Hume's yellow browed warbler in Caernarfon recently,it was an offer they couldn't refuse.