President Mahmoud Abbas and Prime Minister Salam Fayyad are at loggerheads over how to form a Palestinian state.
Money laundering had now become a political issue, and Mexican and U.S. officials remained at loggerheads.
In the next two years, the Republicans and Democrats will often be at loggerheads, mired in the gridlock of divided government.
Even within the PLO the different factions are often at loggerheads and maneuver to gain the upper hand.
I don't like to see you at loggerheads, and I don't see any reason for it.
As to the possibility, however, the authorities are at loggerheads.
The two Americans, distracted by their sweating, cursed the heat and the loggerheads of their situation.
Italy was at loggerheads with Austria, her ally, and about to break.
His ideal was to be more or less at loggerheads with everybody.
He and the village have been at loggerheads about the Institute, I believe.
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.