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At one's wit's end


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The meaning of the phrase 'At one's wit's end' is completely puzzled or highly perplexed.

Sample Usage


1. The naughty boy was at his wit's end when he saw his father standing before him.

2. Bimal was at his wit's end when he looked at the question paper.

3. We were at our wit's end when our best player missed the golden opportunity to score a goal.


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