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Easy-peasy (very easy, without effort)          Hurdy-gurdy (a fairground ride or musical box

Pitter-patter (describing a sound of rain or tiny objects hitting the ground)  

Hocus-pocus (magic, often implying it’s not believable)      Hurly-burly (disruption, noise, confusion)

Creepy-crawly (description of an insect)             Harem-scarem (disorganised thinking)                      

Hotsy-totsy (Right, perfect)        Okey-dokey (agreement, willingness to act, as in OK)           

Hoity-toity (rich or titled and behaves arrogantly)