up in arms
This page is about the idiom up in arms.
Meaning: If you are up in arms, you are angry about something that you think is unfair or wrong.
- The taxi drivers are up in arms about the new tax on LPG.
- Many people expected smokers to be up in arms over the smoking ban, but most of them seem to have accepted it.
Many patients are up in arms over the
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Contributor: Matt Errey