at sixes and sevens
- idiom in a state of confusion
#: The house was in utter disarray, the furniture all at sixes and sevens; it was as though a tornado had blown through.
- (when of two people or groups) in dispute; in disagreement
#: Mother and Father were at sixes and sevens about whether or not to let Johnny attend the party; Mother was concerned for his safety while Father simply wanted him out of the house.
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