drive (one) insane

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drive (one) insane

To annoy or frustrate one to the point of exasperation. The kids were driving me insane, so I made them go outside and play.
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drive somebody inˈsane

make somebody more and more angry or irritated, especially over a long period of time: This job is driving me insane.
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In the asylum, they treat her like the other patients, giving her treatments she does not need--treatments that are so inhumane, she fears they will drive her insane. Louisa spends her days recalling the joyful moments she spent with her father, helping him with his medical practice.
The 51-year-old 'Nanny McPhee' star recently made news after saying that poor slang language by youngsters drive her insane.
And the Duchess of York says faceless mandarins at Buckingham Palace are even trying to drive her insane.