Definition of Put someone in their place

1. Verb. To enlighten or punish through revenge or reproach ¹



2. Verb. (past of put oneself in someone's place) ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Put Someone In Their Place

put out a fire
put out feelers
put out of one's misery
put out to pasture
put outs
put over
put paid to
put pen to paper
put right
put somebody in his place
put someone's back up
put someone down as
put someone in his place
put someone in mind of
put someone in their place (current term)
put something behind one
put something into perspective
put that in your pipe and smoke it
put the bee on
put the blame on
put the boot in
put the cart before the horse
put the cat among the pigeons
put the clock back
put the clock forward
put the feedbag on
put the hammer down
put the kibosh on

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