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be at each other’s throats

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe at each other’s throatsbe at each other’s throatsARGUEif two people are at each other’s throats, they are fighting or arguing throat
Examples from the Corpus
be at each other’s throatsCongress and the President have been at each other's throats for so long that it's a wonder they can agree on anything.Lisa and Nicole were at each other's throats the whole trip.
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