Definition of 'go off the deep end'
Example sentences containing 'go off the deep end'
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Such an encounter might well keep him from going off the deep end. Christianity Today (2000)'Her wedding planner went off the deep end the day before the event. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Definition of go off the deep end from the Collins English Dictionary
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