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
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We can't wait to see what the Millennium Falcon looks like when the design is finished because it is going to drive us wild and drive fans over the edge as well," Vamien said on his Sept.
Blue" in steak usually refers to a very rare cooking; these were well-done chunks of steak that didn't quite drive us wild.
When I was little it used to drive us wild with the thought of a gleaming, shiny pile of who knows what in the downstairs living room, and us being bundled off to church.
Everything from dog mess on pavements to mobile phone megamouths drive us wild, while bad manners and flabby tummies hanging over low-slung dreams make us murderous.