Both words 'loggerhead' and 'logger-head' are present, leaving.
That was the loggerhead, and you will soon see what it was used for.
Still more strange to see him giddily perched upon the loggerhead itself, under such circumstances.
But this loggerhead and Sir R. Ford would make us believe that they did it.
But what is a loggerhead, and why should the two grinning faces of the sign have been described as three?
His eyes roll in his loggerhead just for the world like a dying goat's.
Their nesting habits and eggs are in every respect like those of the loggerhead Shrike.
Marry, that you are an ass and a loggerhead, to seek Master Pisaro's house here.
At the same time he stood very erect, so that a profile view gave him a general resemblance to a loggerhead turtle set on end.
The boat-steerer now stood ready to let the lines run through the loggerhead over the bows of the boat.
1580s, "stupid person, blockhead," perhaps from dialectal logger "heavy block of wood" + head (n.). Later it meant "a thick-headed iron tool" (1680s), a type of cannon shot, a type of turtle (1650s). Loggerheads "fighting, fisticuffs" is from 1670s, but the exact notion is uncertain, perhaps it suggests the heavy tools used as weapons. The phrase at loggerheads "in disagreement" is first recorded 1670s.