wordy wednesday: at wit’s end

Today’s idiom: at wit’s end

Meaning: unable to think any more or come up with new ideas

Origin: It originated with the Bible in Palms 107:27 in the King James translation, first printed in 1611.  And that’s really the only thing I could find.

Sources: dictionaryphrases. yahoo voices.

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