out of (your) mind


out of (your) mind
be [bored/scared/worried etc.] out of (your) mind be out of (your) mind with [boredom/fear/worry etc.] - to be extremely bored, frightened, worried etc..

I really thought he was going to crash the car and I was scared out of my mind.

He was the only young person at the party and he looked bored out of his mind.


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  • Out of Your Mind — Single by True Steppers and Dane Bowers featuring Victoria Beckham Released 14 August 2000 …   Wikipedia

  • out of your mind — out of (your) mind crazy. You d have to be out of your mind to reject an offer like that. Blanche thought she was going out of her mind. Usage notes: often followed by with: We were out of our minds with fear. Opposite of: in (your) right mind …   New idioms dictionary

  • out of your mind — If someone is out of the mind, they are so emotional about something that they are no longer rational …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • Out Of Your Mind — Infobox Single Name = Out Of Your Mind Cover size = Caption = Artist = Joe Sun from Album = Out Of Your Mind Released = 1979 Format = LP Recorded = Genre = Country music Length = Label = Ovation Records Writer = Byron Hill, Dennis Knutson… …   Wikipedia

  • out of your mind — not thinking logically, crazy, crackers    You must be out of your mind to lend him money. You re crazy …   English idioms

  • out of your mind —    If someone is out of the mind, they are so emotional about something that they are no longer rational.   (Dorking School Dictionary) …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • be out of your mind — be/go/out of your mind informal phrase to be/​become crazy or confused You must be out of your mind to want to see him again. be/​go out of your mind with worry/​jealousy/​boredom etc: I’ll go out of my mind with boredom if I have to stay in this …   Useful english dictionary

  • go out of your mind — be/go/out of your mind informal phrase to be/​become crazy or confused You must be out of your mind to want to see him again. be/​go out of your mind with worry/​jealousy/​boredom etc: I’ll go out of my mind with boredom if I have to stay in this …   Useful english dictionary

  • put something out of your mind — put someone/​something out of your mind phrase to try to forget about someone or something unpleasant, even if only for a short time Just try to put the problem out of your mind. Thesaurus: to forget, or to try to forgetsynonym Main entry: mind * …   Useful english dictionary