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Tear one’s hair out | Day 28 | Idiom of the day

Idiom of the day

Tear one’s hair out

Meaning

To worry a lot about something

Examples

1. He’s been tearing his hair out over the final chapter of his novel since last week.

2. She teared her hair out over the way she was treated by them.

3. Your mother and I have been tearing our hair out for two hours wondering where you are.

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