- Take the danger of a shared enterprise upon oneself.[an allusion to a fable in which the mice (or rats) suggest hanging a bell around the cat's neck to have warning of its approach]More example sentences
- Warner is to be lauded for his courage to bell the cat, albeit at the eleventh hour, and close this unfortunate chapter in the country's footballing history, by replacing St Clair.
- But the burning question is: who will bell the cat?
- Though the industry had been deliberating at length over the crisis for long, they failed to evolve a consensus and ultimately the exhibitors had to step in to bell the cat.
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