phrase → loggerheads If two or more people or groups are at loggerheads, they disagree very strongly with each other. [+ over] ⇒ For months dentists and the health department have been at loggerheads over fees. [+ with] ⇒ France was left isolated and at loggerheads with other E.U. member countries over its refusal to fall into line with demands to cut state borrowing.
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