Idiom: Drive someone up the wall
Meaning: If something or someone drives you up the wall, they do something that irritates you greatly.Country: International English | Subject Area: Buildings & construction | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Off the wall
- Up the wall
- Writing on the wall
- Fly on the wall
- Drive a wedge
- Back to the wall
- Drive home
- Talking to a brick wall
- Go to the wall
- Take for a test drive
- Drive you spare
- Like nailing jello to the wall
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