loggerhead vs loggerheads

The words ‘loggerhead’ and ‘loggerheads’ belong to the same part of speech (nouns) but have different meanings. loggerhead A type of turtle with a large head. A shrike (a type of bird) with mainly grey feathers and black eyestripe (head’s stripe which encloses or seems to run through the eyes), wings, and tail. (old-fashioned) A foolish person.   loggerheads It is usually used as a prepositional phrase: at loggerheads. When you’re at loggerheads with someone, you strongly disagree with them or you’re in a violent dispute with them. Examples: We…

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