After scrolling down through the page, there are several idioms defined that I would argue with. The following three are examples of these potentially arguable definitions:
- 'as high as a kite': anything that is high up in the sky.
- 'barking up the wrong tree': a mistake made in something you are trying to achieve.
- 'chip on his shoulder': angry today about something that occured [sic] in the past.
My own uses of these idioms don't quite match up with the above definitions; however, I don't want to bias my audience. Do you agree with these definitions? If not, how would you change them to make them more accurate?