In clover – English Idiom – Online English Lessons

To be in clover means to have an easy, prosperous and happy life, without any worries.

Clover is a favourite food of cattle and this idiom comes from cattle happily feeding in a field of clover.

Examples of use:

1. If we won the lottery we would be in clover for the rest of our lives!

2. He is living in clover with his wife and children in a beautiful home in Barbados.

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