steam (one's) beam

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steam (one's) beam

To make one especially annoyed or irate. As a doctor, it really steams my beam when people start lecturing me on the medical benefits of some unproven pseudoscience or another.
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steam someone's beam

Sl. to make someone angry. Being stood up really steams my beam! Come on, don't steam your beam. Remember how hard times are now.
See also: beam, steam
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

steam someone’s beam

tv. to make someone angry. Come on, don’t steam your beam. Remember how hard times are now.
See also: beam, steam
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