(at) the end of the rainbow

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British pronunciation/at ðɪ ˈɛnd ɒvðə ɹˈeɪnbəʊ/
American pronunciation/æt ðɪ ˈɛnd ʌvðə ɹˈeɪnboʊ/
(at) the end of the rainbow
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used to refer to something that is extremely desirable yet nearly impossible to obtain

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(at|) the end of the rainbow definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "the end of the rainbow" and when to use it?

The phrase "the end of the rainbow" is rooted in Irish folklore, where a leprechaun is said to hide a pot of gold at the point where a rainbow touches the ground. This idiom is used to describe something that is virtually impossible to find or attain, often conveying a sense of being in pursuit of an elusive goal.

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After such a long legal battle, we're just happy to know that there will be a bit of closure at the end of the rainbow.
At the moment, finding a good plumber is like finding a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
After such a long legal battle, we're just happy to know that there will be a bit of closure at the end of the rainbow.
At the moment, finding a good plumber is like finding a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
I spent my whole college life thinking a cushy job like this was the end of the rainbow, but now that I have it, I'm feeling fairly disenchanted.
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