1A pair of people considered together.
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- 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.