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Idioms using AT
At bay: hold back
At a loose end: having nothing to do
At arm's length: avoid a connection
At hand: close by
At large: as a whole
At loggerheads: engaged in a dispute
At pains: making an effort to do something
At sixes and sevens: describes a state of confusion
At the eleventh hour: latest possible time
At the end of the day: when everything else has been taken into consideration
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