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Definition of "two-by-fours" []

  • Plural form of two-by-four. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "two-by-fours" in a sentence
  • "The sawed-off ends of two-by-fours made for many a marvelous barbeque at Uncle Mikey's house."
  • "It is the place to get fishing permits and marriage licenses—and to pick up a quick education in historic joinery: The 18th-century gunstock posts and exposed framing of hewn white oak put sheetrock and two-by-fours to shame."
  • "Two years ago, Chicago's Fenger High School had its 15 minutes of horrific fame when the beating death of one of its students, an honor student named Derrion Albert -- waiting for a bus after school, caught suddenly in a surge of gang violence, savagely beaten with two-by-fours and railroad ties -- was recorded on someone's cell camera and became an international spectacle."