At Large :
At A Loss :
If you are at a loss, you are unable to understand or comply.
At An Arm’s Length :
Avoiding nearness or familiarity
At Anchor :
At A Snail’s Pace :
If something moves at a snail’s pace, it moves very slowly.
At Cross Purposes :
When people are at cross purposes, they misunderstand each other or have different or opposing objectives.
At Daggers Drawn :
If people are at daggers drawn, they are very angry and close to violence.
At Death’s Door :
If someone looks as if they are at death’s door, they look seriously unwell and might actually be dying.
At Each Other’s Throats :
If people are at each other’s throats, they are fighting, arguing or competing ruthlessly.
At Full Tilt :
If something is at full tilt, it is going or happening as fast or as hard as possible.
At Large :
If a criminal is at large, they have not been found or caught.
At Loggerheads :
If people are at loggerheads, they are arguing and cannot agree on anything.
At Loose Ends :
If you are at a loose end, you have spare time but do not know what to do with it.
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