What is another word for make one's bed and lie on it?

Pronunciation: [mˌe͡ɪk wˈɒnz bˈɛd and lˈa͡ɪ ˈɒn ɪt] (IPA)

"Make one's bed and lie on it" is a common phrase used to express the concept of taking responsibility for one's actions or accepting the consequences of one's choices. Synonyms for this phrase include "reap what you sow," "face the music," "deal with the devil," "pay the piper," "own up," and "live with the consequences." These phrases convey the idea that individuals must face the outcomes of their actions, whether positive or negative, and cannot avoid responsibility or blame. These expressions are often used as a reminder that our choices and decisions have direct consequences and that we must be accountable for our own lives.

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What are the hypernyms for Make one's bed and lie on it?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    be responsible, maintain order, take care of oneself, Clean a room, Do household chores, Follow a routine, Get ready for the day, Organize oneself, Prepare for the future, perform a task.

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