Last straw

Last straw – definition of last straw by The Free Dictionary

The Reverend Wilfred, who had been waiting for him, pale and impatient, as if this little delay were the last straw for his nerves, led him immediately to his favourite corner of the church, that part of the gallery closest to the carved roof …

Last straw | Define Last straw at

the last of a succession of irritations, incidents, remarks, etc., that leads to a loss of patience, a disaster, etc.: He has been late before, but this is the last straw.

Last straw – Idioms by The Free Dictionary

Maybe the last straw was the Ten Commandments–or rather, the 5,000-pound granite sculpture of them installed in the Alabama State Judicial Building by the state Supreme Court’s Chief Justice, Roy Moore.

Last Straw | Definition of Last Straw by Merriam-Webster

Last straw definition is – the last of a series (as of events or indignities) that brings one beyond the point of endurance.

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