||not agreeing, opposed to each other
||They're at loggerheads over who owns the farm. They don't agree.
|at loose ends
||disorganized, unable to concentrate
||I was at loose ends when the kids were fighting. I couldn't think.
|at my wits' end
||very tired and nervous, at the end of my rope
||After a wedding and a funeral she was at her wits' end.
||not in agreement, opposed, at loggerheads
||Your testimony in court is at odds with the statement you gave to the police. Why are they different?
|at one fell swoop
||(See in one fell swoop)
||at the same time, simultaneously
||You can't do two things at once. You can eat or talk, but not both.
||Your mother said you should come in at once - immediately.
|at one time
||in the past, during a time past, once upon a time
||At one time, the sun didn't seem so hot. We didn't need sunscreen when we worked or played in the sun.
||feeling peaceful, without worry
||After talking about his problem he was at peace with himself.
||stopped, not moving
||Tie these ropes while the boat is at rest - before it moves.