Definition of threesome in English:

threesome

Line breaks: three|some
Pronunciation: /ˈθriːs(ə)m
 
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noun

1A group of three people engaged in the same activity: we planned excursions as a threesome
More example sentences
  • They can interact sexually in threesomes and foursomes.
  • The threesome capitalised on the nation's growing fondness for healthier diets and have fed the bank balance of a company that would never have got off the ground if a gamble at a jazz festival had not paid off.
  • This left the front trio, the threesome that had been anointed ‘the best in the world’ completely isolated.
Synonyms
1.1A game or activity for three people.
More example sentences
  • In my dad's game, you turn a threesome into a foursome by adding an imaginary fourth player, a kindly old grandmother named Mrs. Murphy.
1.2An occasion on which three people engage in sexual activity together: he tried to convince some newlyweds to have a threesome with him
More example sentences
  • Wanting to spice up our love life, we decided to have a threesome.
  • Three years ago we decided to try a threesome at my suggestion.
  • Last year we had a threesome, with a man.

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