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Jun 14, 2024

[Answer] 2. The idiom 'black sheep of the family' means which of the following?

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...1. A child or children born out of wedlock 2. Family members born of mixed/different ethnic origins 3. A family member who partakes of a different religion 4. A disreputable member of a group The idiom black sheep of the family means a disreputable member of a group, one normally recognized as the odd one in a group or family. The term is idiomatic in relation to black sheep, which are deemed unwanted, and literally 'stand out' in a pasture of white sheep. The phrase stems from the fact that black wool is difficult to dye, and it is a trait sheep owners detest - they do not prefer to have any black sheep in their herd, or family, of sheep. In 1786 the idiom is first recorded in print in Charles Macklin's comedy, "The Man of the World". However, it was recorded in 1878 on "The Folk-Lore Record" that according to the belief of Sussex shepherds, black sheep are omens of good luck.




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A disreputable member of a group:


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