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Beating A Path To Your Door ( you are popular; people are eager to be with you ... )

"Beating A Path To Your Door"

When people are eager to see you, they "beat a path to your door".

Example: "I don't see anyone beating a path to your door."

When people beat a path to your door it is as if so many people are going to your door that a path is formed ("beat").

Example: "We opened this shop in June, and business is great. They have been beating a path to our door."

When you are popular and people visit you often, they beat a path to your door.

Beating A Dead Horse

Beating Around The Bush

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