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Make Heads Or Tails

Make Heads Or Tails - to understand something or someone that does not make sense

  • I can not make heads or tails with the bills and bank accounts.
  • I can not make heads or tails of this project.
  • I am trying to make heads or tails of the game, but I can not understand the game.
  • My daughter has a rare bone condition, and the doctors are trying to make heads or tails of her illness.
  • I do not know how to cook very well. I am trying to make heads or tails of this recipe.
  • The teacher is trying to make heads or tails over the students project.

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