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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Of course, this subsequent controversy is not directly discernible in Mabel's chronicles, though the basics are in place: "The ruin drives us wild with uncertainty as to what it is or was, and how old or young it might be" (p.