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1. the cardinal number that is the sum of one and one or a numeral representing this number Scrapingweb Dictionary DB
2. being one more than one; "he received two messages" Scrapingweb Dictionary DB
3. One and one; twice one. Newage Dictionary DB
4. The sum of one and one; the number next greater than one, and next less than three; two units or objects. Newage Dictionary DB
5. A symbol representing two units, as 2, II., or ii. Newage Dictionary DB
6. One added to one. The Winston Simplified Dictionary. By William Dodge Lewis, Edgar Arthur Singer. Published 1919.
7. The number next after one; a sign representing two units, as 2 or ii. The Winston Simplified Dictionary. By William Dodge Lewis, Edgar Arthur Singer. Published 1919.
8. One and one. Nuttall's Standard dictionary of the English language. By Nuttall, P.Austin. Published 1914.
9. The sum of one and one: a figure representing two. The american dictionary of the english language. By Daniel Lyons. Published 1899.
10. Sum of one and one. The Clarendon dictionary. By William Hand Browne, Samuel Stehman Haldeman. Published 1894.
11. The number two. In two, into two parts. Nuttall's Standard dictionary of the English language. By Nuttall, P.Austin. Published 1914.
12. One and one; the number after one. Etymological and pronouncing dictionary of the English language. By Stormonth, James, Phelp, P. H. Published 1874.
13. t[=oo], adj. one and one.--n. the sum of one and one: a figure representing two: a pair.--n. TWO'-DECK'ER, a vessel of war carrying guns on two decks.--adjs. TWO'-EDGED, having two edges; TWO'-FACED, having two faces, hence double-dealing, false; TWO'FOLD, folded twice: multiplied by two: double.--adv. doubly.--adjs. TWO'-FORKED, TW[=I]'-FORKED, double-pronged, bifurcate; TWO'-FRONT'ED, having fronts on opposite sides; TWO'-HAND'ED, having, or used with, two hands: ambidexterous, handy: to be used by two persons; TWO'-HEAD'ED, having two heads: directed by two authorities; TWO'-LEAVED, having two distinct leaves; TWO'-LEGGED, furnished with two legs; TWO'-LINE (print.), having a depth of body equal to double that of the size specified, as two-line nonpareil or pica; TWO'-LIPPED, having two lips: divided so as to resemble two lips; TWO'-MAST'ED, having two masts; TWO'-NEE'DLE, perforated with two needles.--n. TWO'NESS, the state of being two, doubleness.--adj. TWO'-PART'ED, bipartite, divided into two nearly to the base.--n. TWOPENCE (tup'ens, or t[=oo]'pens), the sum of two pennies: (Shak.) a gilt coin worth two pence.--adj. TWOPENNY (tup'en-i, or t[=oo]'pen-i), of the value of twopence: cheap, worthless.--n. ale sold at twopence a quart.--adjs. TWO'-PLY, consisting of two thicknesses: woven double; TWO'-RANKED, alternately arranged in two exactly opposite rows, distichous, bifarious; TWO'-SID'ED, having two surfaces, or two aspects or phases: facing two ways, turned in two directions, often with implied sense of double-dealing or deceit; TWO'SOME, two, twofold; TWO'-TONGUED, double-tongued, deceitful; TWO'-WAY, arranged so as to permit a fluid to be turned into either of two channels: (math.) having a double mode of variation; TW[=I]'-N[=A]'TURED, TWY'-N[=A]'TURED, double natured--human and animal in one.--BE TWO, to be at variance; IN TWO, asunder. [A.S. twá (fem.), twégen (masc.), twa, tú (neut.); Ger. zwei, Goth. twai; also Gr. dyo, L. duo, Sans. dva, Gael. da, do.] gutenberg.org/ebooks/37683
14. One more than one, 2, ii; one or t., a few (also lit.); cut, divide, &c., in t. (into t. parts); put t. &t. together, make inference from data; t.-cleft (bot.), divided nearly to the middle in t. parts; t.-edged, (of sword. &c.) having an edge on each side, (fig., of argument, compliment, &c.) cutting both ways, ambiguous; twofold a. & adv., double, doubly; t.-handed, having t. hands, (of sword) requiring to be used with both hands, (of saw, game, &c.) to be worked, played, &c., by t. persons; t.-handled, -legged, -lipped, -masted, -petalled, -toothed, Sec., (having t. handles &c.); t.-line a. (print.), having a depth double that of the size specified, as t.-line pica; twopence (tu pns), sum of, silver coin (now only as maundy money) worth, t. pence; twopenny (tupeni), (adj.) worth or costing twopence, cheap, worthless, (n.) kind of beer, (slang) tuck in your t.-p. (head, at leap frog); t.-ply, of t. strands, layers, or thicknesses, as t.-ply rope, carpet; t.-speed, adapted for t. rates of speed, as t.-speed gear, bicycle; t.-sided, having t. sides, aspects, &c.; t.-tongued, double-tongued, deceitful; t.-way, (Plumbing, of cock) permitting fluid to flow in either of t. channels, (Math.) having double mode of variation. Hence twoness n. [old English] Concise Oxford Dictionary
15. t. can play at that game, intimation that one means to or might rctaliate; t.-step, kind of round dance in march or polka time. Concise Oxford Dictionary