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Definitions of two
the cardinal number that is the sum of one and one or a numeral representing this number Scrapingweb Dictionary DB
being one more than one ; "he received two messages" Scrapingweb Dictionary DB
One and one ; twice one . Newage Dictionary DB
The sum of one and one ; the number next greater than one , and next less than three ; two units or objects. Newage Dictionary DB
A symbol representing two units, as 2, II., or ii. Newage Dictionary DB
One added to one . The Winston Simplified Dictionary. By William Dodge Lewis, Edgar Arthur Singer. Published 1919.
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.
One and one . Nuttall's Standard dictionary of the English language. By Nuttall, P.Austin. Published 1914.
The sum of one and one : a figure representing two. The american dictionary of the english language. By Daniel Lyons. Published 1899.
Sum of one and one . The Clarendon dictionary. By William Hand Browne, Samuel Stehman Haldeman. Published 1894.
The number two. In two, into two parts . Nuttall's Standard dictionary of the English language. By Nuttall, P.Austin. Published 1914.
One and one ; the number after one . Etymological and pronouncing dictionary of the English language. By Stormonth, James, Phelp, P. H. Published 1874.
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
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
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
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