Definition of Twasomes

1. twasome [n] - See also: twasome



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Twasomes

twanglers
twangles
twangling
twangs
twangy
twank
twankay
twankays
twanked
twankies
twanking
twanks
twanky
twas
twasome
twasomes (current term)

Literary usage of Twasomes

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1. The Scottish Songs by Robert Chambers (1829)
"... Mynheer an all'mand prances : In foursome reels the Scots delight, At threesomes they dance wondrous light, But twasomes ding a' out o' sight, ..."

2. The Illustrated book of Scottish songs: from the sixteenth to the nineteenth (1854)
"... Mynheer an allemande prances : In foursome reels the Scots delight, At threesomes they dance wondrous light, But twasomes ding a' out o' sight, ..."

3. The Scottish Minstrel: The Songs of Scotland Subsequent to Burns by Charles Rogers (1882)
"... In foursome reels the Scots delight, At threesomes they dance wondrous light, But twasomes ding a' out o' sight, Danced to the reel o' Bogie. ..."

4. The Great North of Scotland Railway: A Guide by William Ferguson (1881)
"... In foursome reels the Scots delight, At threesomes they dance wondrous light, But twasomes ding a' out o' sight, Danced to the reel o' Bogie. ..."

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