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synonyms for at sixes and sevens

  • abashed
  • addled
  • addlepated
  • at a loss
  • at sea
  • baffled
  • befuddled
  • bewildered
  • come apart
  • confounded
  • confusional
  • dazed
  • discombobulated
  • disconcerted
  • disorganized
  • distracted
  • flummoxed
  • flustered
  • glassy-eyed
  • gone
  • misled
  • muddled
  • nonplussed
  • not with it
  • out to lunch
  • perplexed
  • perturbed
  • punch-drunk
  • punchy
  • puzzled
  • screwy
  • shook up
  • shot to pieces
  • slaphappy
  • spaced out
  • stumped
  • taken aback
  • thrown
  • thrown off balance
  • turbid
  • unglued
  • unscrewed
  • unzipped
  • muddled
  • bewildered
  • perplexed
  • puzzled
  • distracted
  • perturbed
  • befuddled
  • dazed
  • disorganized
  • thrown
  • gone
  • abashed
  • addled
  • disconcerted
  • discombobulated
  • stumped
  • misled
  • punch-drunk
  • punchy
  • screwy
  • slaphappy
  • baffled
  • flummoxed
  • nonplussed
  • unscrewed
  • unzipped
  • flustered
  • spaced out
  • at a loss
  • at sea
  • come apart
  • glassy-eyed
  • not with it
  • out to lunch
  • shook up
  • shot to pieces
  • taken aback
  • thrown off balance
  • unglued
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How to use at sixes and sevens in a sentence

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Tressan was monstrous ill-at-ease, and his face lost a good deal of its habitual plethora of colour.
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No law of that country must exceed in words the number of letters in their alphabet, which consists only in two-and-twenty.
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Mr. Spurrell came down to see a horse, and we shall be very glad to have the benefit of his opinion by-and-by.
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A fellow rudely clad—a hybrid between man-at-arms and lackey—lounged on a musket to confront them in the gateway.
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They were eaten too quickly, in long gulps of four-and-twenty hours at a time.
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He walked over to the table and mixed two tumblers of whiskey-and-soda, wondering why he had not thought of it before.
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He paused, then mixed and drank another whiskey-and-soda, lit a cigarette, and resumed.
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When the orange-and-red banner was actually replaced by the Stars and Stripes, many in the crowd shed tears.
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The exhaust-valve is exactly as when it was put in, worked by a rack-and-tooth segment.
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WORDS RELATED TO AT SIXES AND SEVENS

  • abashed
  • addled
  • at a loss
  • at sea
  • at sixes and sevens
  • baffled
  • befuddled
  • bewildered
  • come apart
  • dazed
  • discombobulated
  • disconcerted
  • disorganized
  • distracted
  • flummoxed
  • flustered
  • glassy-eyed
  • gone
  • misled
  • muddled
  • nonplussed
  • not with it
  • out to lunch
  • perplexed
  • perturbed
  • punch-drunk
  • punchy
  • puzzled
  • screwy
  • shook up
  • shot to pieces
  • slaphappy
  • spaced out
  • stumped
  • taken aback
  • thrown
  • thrown off balance
  • unglued
  • unscrewed
  • unzipped
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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