reach a boiling point … if a situation or an emotion reaches a boiling point, the people involved have become so angry that they no longer remain calm and in control of themselves
I am leaving the room. I don’t want to become angry and lose control.
Here is the same sentence using the idiom… reach a boiling point
I am leaving the room. I don’t want to reach a boiling point.
Here are a few more sentences using the idiom … reach a boiling point
Tempers reached a boiling point during the meeting.
I can see the tension between the couple has reached a boiling point.
This situation is reaching a boiling point.
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