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To be at cross-purposes


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To be at cross-purposes means to misunderstand each other.

Sample Usage

1. Mohammad pointed out to his friends that they were needlessly at cross-purposes.

2. The controversy could easily be settled if the villagers realized that they were at cross-purposes.


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