have your head in the clouds
This page is about the idiom have your head in the clouds
Meaning: If someone has their head in the clouds, they are out of touch with the everyday world and can be unrealistic or naive as a result.
- If you think oil companies are going to help destroy their own industry by developing alternative energy sources, you have your head in the clouds.
- Janette must have her head in the clouds if she thinks her insurance company is going to pay the full cost of rebuilding and refurnishing her house.
William's head is in the clouds. He needs to
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Contributor: Matt Errey