leave everything on the floor
 v. phr.— «I didn’t see our guys coming out with bumps and bruises. If you get beat by 21 and you leave everything on the floor, you can go with it. That’s what our guys have to learn.» —“LSU sluggish in win over Southeastern” by Bruce Hunter Baton Rouge Morning Advocate (Lousiana) Dec. 21, 1985. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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