Idiom: at odds (with someone)
Idiom: at odds (with someone / something)
- Suddenly my best friends are at odds with each other so now I have to see them separately.
- I’ve been at odds with the board of directors regarding salaries for months.
- My philosophy on how to raise kids was at odds with my ex-husband's so it's good we were never able to get pregnant.
- Unfortunately, the data was at odds with our hypothesis.
- It's going to be a long week. My boss is at odds with the CFO again.
- The President's policies are at odds with the majority of Americans' wishes.
- It's not easy to keep peace at home when my in-laws are always at odds with me.
- If you're always at odds with your girlfriend, why don't you split up?
- My business partner and I are at odds about the direction to take the company.
- along different lines
- diametrically opposed
- not in keeping
- out of line with
- out of sync
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