drive (someone) wild

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drive (someone) wild

1. To put someone into a state of extreme excitement. The band drove the crowd wild when they played their greatest hit.
2. To make someone very sexually aroused. His French accent is driving me wild!
See also: drive, wild
References in classic literature ?
Don't say that too loud, monsieur my nephew; you will drive them wild.
For sweethearts who like to get adventurous, Virginia's outdoors will drive them wild.
Once you've found a lover, the book tells of an aphrodisiac to drive them wild, Irn-Bru.
A man munching a fig in front of a lover could drive them wild, while garlic is said to make both sexes feel loving.
Drive them wild by zapping their favourite programmes with the TV remote control watch.