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  • phrase figuratively unable to agree; opposing

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  • adjective in a dispute or confrontation


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  • A loggerhead was an iron ball attached to a long handle. The instrument was used for driving caulking into seams--and occasionally for use in a fight. Men who were at loggerheads were in the midst of such a fight.

    December 10, 2007