drive (someone) up a wall
to irritate or annoy someone greatly
My neighbor's constant complaining is driving me up a wall.

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  • drive (something) home or drive home (something)
  • drive a hard bargain
  • drive at (something)
  • drive up (a price)
  • drive up to (someone or something)
  • driving force behind (someone or something)
  • drop (someone) a line
  • drop a bombshell
  • drop a hint
  • drop around
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  • under the sun
  • shape up
  • stop over (somewhere)
  • nose around
  • tie (someone) up in knots
  • possessed by (something)
  • run after (someone) or (something)
  • hold out (one's hand)
  • Whatever will be, will be.
  • a hard nut to crack

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