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twist drill a drill bit with deep spiral grooves along the shank to carry out chips.
twisted perversely abnormal or exceptionally heartless.
twister a person or thing that twists. [2 definitions]
twist (someone's) arm to use strong persuasion or force to induce some action.
twit1 to taunt or tease, esp. in an unkind or malicious way. [2 definitions]
twit2 (informal) a foolish, annoying person.
twitch to move or pull with a quick, sudden motion; jerk. [6 definitions]
twitchy edgy or nervously restless; jumpy. [2 definitions]
twitter to make a series of short light sounds, as a small bird; chirp. [8 definitions]
two the number represented by the Arabic numeral 2 and by the Roman numeral II. [3 definitions]
two-base hit in baseball, a hit that allows the batter to reach second base; double.
two-bit (informal) costing or worth twenty-five cents. [2 definitions]
two-by-four measuring two units thick by four units wide, or approximately so, esp. in inches. [4 definitions]
two-digit number a whole number containing two digits, such as 22.
two-edged having two cutting edges. [2 definitions]
two-faced insincere or hypocritical; deceitful; dishonest. [2 definitions]
twofer (informal) a special offer in which two tickets or items of merchandise are sold for the price of one, or for approximately that amount.
two-fisted (informal) aggressive, virile, or vigorous.
twofold having two parts or elements. [3 definitions]
two-four time a musical meter with two quarter notes or their equivalent in each measure.
two-handed requiring two hands or two people to use. [3 definitions]