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Drive Someone up the Wall: Origin and Meaning

Meaning
To irritate and/or annoy very much.
Origin

Jump on the bandwagonThe saying evokes someone trying desperately to escape something by climbing up the walls. However, it’s unknown when it was first used.

Examples
– This stagnant traffic and constant honking is driving me up the wall.

– The loud music played by my neighbours is driving me up the wall.

– This question is driving me up the wall. Try as I may, I cannot find the right answer.

– His tuneless singing and drumming on the table drives me up the wall.
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