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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]
twopence a silver coin of the United Kingdom worth two pence. [3 definitions]
twopenny costing or worth two pence. [3 definitions]
two-piece having two parts or pieces, as a clothing ensemble. [2 definitions]
two-ply composed of two layers or strands.
two-sided having two sides; bilateral. [2 definitions]
twosome a group of two; duo; couple. [2 definitions]
two-step a ballroom dance, similar to a slow fox trot, in two-four time and characterized by long sliding steps. [2 definitions]
two-stroke of or designating an internal-combustion engine in which two strokes of a piston complete a fuel cycle.
two-suiter a man's lightweight suitcase that can hold two suits, besides other items.
two-time (informal) to be faithless to (one's spouse or lover).
two-way permitting communication or travel in two, often opposite, directions. [3 definitions]
twp. abbreviation of "township," a subdivision of a county, usu. having some authority for local government.
TX abbreviation of "Texas," a southwestern U.S. state between Mexico and Oklahoma.
-ty1 used with numerals to indicate specified multiples of ten.