Definition of At the end of one's tether

1. Adjective. (idiomatic) At the limit of one’s patience; frustrated or annoyed. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of At The End Of One's Tether

at some point
at someone's service
at stake
at symbol
at symbols
at table
at that
at that place
at the best
at the best of times
at the coal face
at the corner
at the double
at the drop of a hat
at the end of one's rope
at the end of one's tether
at the end of the day
at the expense of
at the feet of
at the hand of
at the hands of
at the high port
at the latest
at the least
at the mercy of
at the moment
at the most
at the ready
at the ready(p)
at the receiving end

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