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Definition of "twa" []

  • Scots Two. (noun)

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Use "twa" in a sentence
  • "His honour was with the folk who were getting doon the dark hag; the twa gardener lads (an emphasis on the word twa) had been ordered to attend him; and he had been just amusing himself in the mean time with dressing Miss Rose's flower-bed, that he might be near to receive his honour's orders, if need were: he was very fond of a garden, but had little time for such divertisements. ''"
  • "What has keepit me from being an officer, that had served my country in twa battles when oor quartermaster hadna enlisted?"
  • "His honour was with the folk who were getting doon the dark hag; the twa gardener lads (an emphasis on the word twa) had been ordered to attend him; and he had been just amusing himself in the mean time with dressing Miss"