The Handbags Come Out

What Does "The Handbags Come Out" Mean?

"The handbags come out" is an English idiom describing a situation in which people, typically women, engage in heated verbal arguments or confrontations, often with raised voices and strong emotions.

Examples in Sentences

Here are three examples of the idiom "the handbags come out" used in a sentence:

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See Also

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