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    Lock the Horns

    What's the meaning of the expression "Lock the horns with the high and mighty"?

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    Re: Lock the Horns

    Do you mean lock horns?
    To lock horns is to fight.

    Animals with horns sometimes get their horns locked together when they fight.

    High and mighty means powerful.

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