Catch Me at It!
Most certainly I shall never do what you say.
“ `Catch me going to London!' exclaimed Vixen.” —Miss Braddon:
Catch the Speaker's Eye
(To). To find the eye of the Speaker fixed on you; to be observed
by the Speaker. In the House of Commons the member on whom the eye of
the Speaker is fixed has the privilege of addressing the House.
“He succeeded in catching the Speaker's eye.” —A. Trollope.
(To). In cricket, is to catch the ball of a batsman, whereby the
striker is ruled out, that is, must relinquish his bat.
Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894
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