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Origin uncertain; possibly from the use of a loggerhead (metal tool consisting of a long rod with a bulbous end) as a weapon during a fight.[1]

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at loggerheads

  1. (figuratively) Unable to agree; opposing.
    We were really at loggerheads about what to do with the money we found on the side of the road; she said we should turn it in, I said we should keep it.

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