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at each other's throats

Said of two people who are noticeably angry with each other. Those two are at each other's throats because they can't agree on how to best lead the committee. You can hear their shouting all the way down the hall!
See also: each, throat

each other

Each the same in action toward the other person(s), animal(s), or thing(s) in a given group of two or more. You can just tell when you're around them that Joe and Sarah love each other very much. There are these birds in our back yard that are always fighting with each other in the morning. It's really annoying!
See also: each, other

one another

Each the same in action toward the other person(s), animal(s), or thing(s) in a given group of two or more. You can just tell when you're around them that Joe and Sarah love one another very much. There are these birds in our back yard that are always fighting with one another in the morning. It's really annoying!
See also: another, one
References in classic literature ?
When they had done throwing the ball straight up into the air they began to dance, and at the same time kept on throwing it backwards and forwards to one another, while all the young men in the ring applauded and made a great stamping with their feet.
The crowd closed up around them, and shouldered and jammed one another, with their necks stretched, trying to see, and people on the inside trying to shove them back and shouting, "Back, back
We make plaintive, querulous noises, look at one another, and cluster close together.