Felt his collar


      • Arrest someone
        To be taken into police custody for committing a crime or breaking the law

      • Experience fear or apprehension
        To feel anxious or worried about a situation or potential consequences

      • Gain control over someone
        To assert dominance or authority over someone, often in a forceful or intimidating manner

    Examples of Felt his collar

    • The job interview went poorly, and the candidate felt his collar becoming tighter around his neck as the interviewer questioned his every decision.

      The idiom "felt his collar" is used here to indicate that the candidate became increasingly nervous and uncomfortable during the interview, causing his shirt collar to feel constricting around his neck. This expression is commonly used to describe a situation in which someone experiences undue stress or tension, causing physical discomfort.

    Origin of "Felt his collar"