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English idioms related to Feelings - Irritation

Explore English idioms that relate to irritation, including "have enough of" and "sour as vinegar".

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English idioms related to Feelings
to push one's buttons
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to do something that annoys or irritates someone
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at the end of one's rope
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left with no energy or patience to deal with something
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son of a gun
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used to refer to a person one is very annoyed with or hates
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to have enough of sb/sth
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to no longer have the tolerance to endure more of something
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fed up to the back teeth with sth
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very annoyed with a situation that has gone on for an extended period of time
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(as) sour as vinegar
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used to describe someone who is very unpleasant or bad-tempered
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to get in one's hair
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to persistently annoy someone by doing something or by simply being around them
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to get in one's face
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to annoy someone by behaving in a very aggressive or direct manner
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to get up one's nose
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to annoy someone so much that they run out of patience
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to drive sb to distraction
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to constantly annoy someone and ruin their concentration
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to be on one's back
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to force someone do something that is against their will or by putting a lot of pressure on them
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to breathe down one's neck
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to closely watch someone and everything they do, particularly in a way that makes them feel uncomfortable
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on one's heels
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closely following or pursuing someone or something, often in a persistent or bothersome manner
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to lose one's cool
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to become suddenly very angry, often to the point of shouting or behaving in an aggressive manner
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at one's wit's end
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in a state where a person is so confused or frustrated that they are unable to decide what to do anymore
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to lose one's shit
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to suddenly become very angry so that one completely loses control over one's thoughts and actions
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son of a bitch
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used to address someone whom one is annoyed with or angry at
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