- n. Plural form of Trey.
“Tros an Treys, a group of dancers dressed in red and black perform a serpent dance, and the local concert band's music mingles with the sound of waves and gulls.”
“Getty Images Launching the Treys Rashard Lewis and the Orlando Magic are one of the most prolific three-point shooting teams in NBA Finals history.”
“I hate when students refer to me by first name, particularly because I refer to them (in the freshman and sophomore classes) by title and last name; my general education classes aren't populated by Treys and Courtneys, they are populated by Mr. Smiths and Miss.”
“Kristina knows it isnt very nice, so she blames it on the crank, which fuels a very long ramble, Treys knee still sizzling against mine.”
“But Treys next query, about availability, elicits an Oh, duh moment.”
“Hopefully, it will be a girl, a beautiful perfect daughter, with hair like Treys, eyes like mine.”
“I love you, I murmur, knowing Treys not here, but feeling him next to me anyway.”
“That reminds me of a night, spent in Treys arms, at his cousin Brads house.”
“I put my arms around Treys neck, lean my head into his chest.”
“Hauling out-of-control down that hill, safe in Treys arms.”
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