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Drive someone up the wall

In this post, we're going to learn the idiom drive someone up the wall.


If you drive someone up the wall, you make them very angry or annoyed.

Example sentences

  • That loud music is driving me up the wall.
  • Stop it! You're driving me up the wall.
  • His pointless remarks drove me up the wall.


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