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    work yourself up

    Hello all!
    Please help me find alternatives for the phrazal verb in red:

    Calm down! You shouldn't work yourself up into such a state.

    I'd like to know what other phrazal verbs can be used in such situation.

    Many thanks in advance!

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    Re: work yourself up

    Try typing work oneself up at www.dictionary.com

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    Re: work yourself up

    To get angry, to make oneself angry.

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    Re: work yourself up

    Lash oneself into a state/a rage/fever
    Drive (e.g. Drive oneself to distraction; Drive over the edge)
    These are not strictly speaking phrazal verbs, but they're alternatives alright.

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