Origin of loggerhead
Related formslog·ger·head·ed, adjective
Examples from the Web for loggerheads
Even within the PLO the different factions are often at loggerheads and maneuver to gain the upper hand.PLO Official: Al-Qaeda To Target Lebanese Christians|Jamie Dettmer|February 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Money laundering had now become a political issue, and Mexican and U.S. officials remained at loggerheads.HSBC Report Shows Difficulty of Stopping Money Launderers|Malcolm Beith|July 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST
President Mahmoud Abbas and Prime Minister Salam Fayyad are at loggerheads over how to form a Palestinian state.
In the next two years, the Republicans and Democrats will often be at loggerheads, mired in the gridlock of divided government.
This ‘boxing the compass’ business, though, brought me to loggerheads with that brute ‘Ugly’ somehow or other, strangely enough.Young Tom Bowling|J.C. Hutcheson
We have seen the scholars at loggerheads over the genuineness of a picture in the National Gallery.Art|Clive Bell
Has the sedate Ryan come to loggerheads with Mrs. Reilly the cook?Rossmoyne|Unknown
His ideal was to be more or less at loggerheads with everybody.Captain Macedoine's Daughter|William McFee
But meanwhile other passengers in the boat had found time to get themselves at loggerheads.Shining Ferry|Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
British Dictionary definitions for loggerheads
Derived Formsloggerheaded, adjective
Word Origin for loggerhead
Idioms and Phrases with loggerheads
see at loggerheads.