Idioms

Origin of rope

before 900; (noun) Middle English rop(e), rap(e), Old English rāp; cognate with Dutch reep, German Reif; (v.) Middle English, derivative of the noun
Related formsrop·er, nounrope·like, adjectiveun·roped, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for at the end of one's rope

rope

/ (rəʊp) /

noun

verb

See also rope in

Word Origin for rope

Old English rāp; related to Old Saxon rēp, Old High German reif
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Idioms and Phrases with at the end of one's rope (1 of 2)

at the end of one's rope


see end of one's rope.

Idioms and Phrases with at the end of one's rope (2 of 2)

rope


In addition to the idiom beginning with rope

  • rope in

also see:

  • end of one's rope
  • enough rope
  • (show someone) know the ropes
  • on the ropes
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