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twosome

Line breaks: two|some
Pronunciation: /ˈtuːs(ə)m
 
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Definition of twosome in English:

noun

1A pair of people considered together.
Example sentences
  • In reality, many of your clients will be twosomes - couples - and you will often find that they have conflicting tastes.
  • There are also couples who are so close that they become the dominant twosome, and simply don't allow children to interfere with their intimacy and have great times together.
  • Classic American wanderers go in twosomes across the land, where European ones, from Ulysses to Wilfred Thesiger, travel most typically alone.
Synonyms
1.1A game or dance for or involving two people.

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