Kicked In The Teeth
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a kick in the teeth a grave setback or disappointment, especially one seen as a betrayal. informal Daily Mirror The rates rise was a kick in the teeth for the housing market, which had been showing signs of recovery. See also: kick, teeth.
COMMON If someone kicks you in the teeth, they treat you very badly and unfairly in a way that you did not expect. It was as if a new friend had turned round and kicked her in the teeth. They say you are doing a wonderful job, and then kick you in the teeth. Note: You can call treatment like this a kick in the teeth.
If you describe the way someone treats you as a kick in the teeth, you mean that that person treats you badly and unfairly, especially at a time when you need their support: She was dismissed from her job, which was a real kick in the teeth after all the work she'd done.