from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person who two-times another.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who says one thing and does another
- n. someone who deceives a lover or spouse by carrying on a sexual relationship with somebody else
Sorry, no etymologies found.
In her day, Barbara Walters was a roundheels, a home-wrecker, and a two-timer, which ought to have made for great copy, but reading about these events was as off-putting as having your own mother tell you about the first time she reached orgasm.
A bored married man (Reid) looking for relief from his fatuous babydoll wife (Swanson) seeks excitement, which eventually encompasses an encounter with a two-timer named Emilie (Wanda Hawley) who is, remarkably, from Pompton, New Jersey.
Biking two-timer Jesse James will sit down for his first interview since splitting with soon-to-be ex-wife Sandra Bullock in a chat with Nightline, ABC News announced on Wednesday.
On further reflection, if fiction is any guide, a decent fraction of male-initiated divorces are probably the result of pressure from the "other woman," who wants to have the two-timer all to herself.
CLOONEY: What you do is -- there have been others that -- Pitt's a two-timer as well but he ran a very good campaign the last time and ...
Note 2: two-timer, to betray (a spouse or lover) by secret lovemaking with another.
Butch was a notorious two-timer, a fact known to everyone in high school, except my sister.
Both came into the league the same year, both had their worst seasons ever in their second year of existence, both have had 15 coaches (and both have had one three-time coach and another two-timer), both had superstar players who often dominated games (Buffalo's Gilbert Perreault and Pavel Bure in Vancouver) and both teams have appeared in two Cup finals and lost each time.
In light of my comment, I dare to say that he is quite the two-timer witness his affair with a staffer while holding an elected state legislative office.
They could actually elect someone else, giving him the dubious distinction of being both a two-timer and a one-termer!
Wordnik is becoming a not-for-profit! Read our announcement here.