Fate recognised that there would come a breaking-point, and relented in time.
Was this the final crash of a brain driven to breaking-point?
As for driving them to breaking-point, I think you need not fear for that.
He had been strained by something or other to the breaking-point—so much was evident.
The cords in his neck stood out like strings drawn to the breaking-point.
Things must come to a breaking-point some time, and it happens to be to-day.
Peter, when self-control had reached the breaking-point, might try and find it.
It was no use; every moment I drew, nearer and nearer to the breaking-point.
Does God try them till they are just at breaking-point, and then gently remove them?
The temper of the master-at-arms was now strained to the breaking-point.