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|Twittle-twattle||(n.) Tattle; gabble. ...|
|Twixt||An abbreviation of Betwixt, used in poetry, or in ...|
|Twixt-brain||(n.) The thalamen/cephalon. ...|
|Two||(n.) One and one; twice one. ...|
|Two||(n.) The sum of one and one; the number ...|
|Two||(n.) A symbol representing two units, as 2, II., ...|
|Two-capsuled||(a.) Having two distinct capsules; bicapsular. ...|
|Two-cleft||(a.) Divided about half way from the border to ...|
|Two-decker||(n.) A vessel of war carrying guns on two ...|
|Two-edged||(a.) Having two edges, or edges on both sides; ...|
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