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At dagger's drawn


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The meaning of the phrase 'At dagger's drawn' is bitterly hostile or enmity.

Sample Usage


1. India and Pakistan are at dagger's drawn over the issue of Kashmir.

2. The two brothers at dagger's drawn over the division of ancestral property.

3. They were great friends, but these days they are at dagger's drawn over a piece of land.


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