At wits' end

Meaning: to be very worried about something and not know what you should do next, at a loss about what to do next; in a state of frustration. Synonyms: at the end of (one’s) rope

Example: We don’t know what to do, and we’re at our wits’ end. When the woman looked around and couldn’t find her little daughter, she looked up and down every aisle in the store until she was at her wits’ end.

See also: At the end of your rope

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