91. make ends meet
I have to take two part-time jobs at the same time to make ends mee.
The old car jolted its passengers badly as it went over the rough road.
Bowing to greet a lady is now an obsolete custom.
94. make use of
He will make use of all the odds and ends.
Many wild animals prowl at night looking for something to eat.
The children scooped holes in the sand.
97. monkey business
He told the boys to quit their monkey business, or he would call a teacher.
Diplomats are interested in the status of world affairs.
The farmer sued the railroad station because his cow was killed by the train.
100. on and off
It rained on and off all day long.