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  • n. Plural form of Trey.


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  • 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.

    Country diary: St Ives, Cornwall

  • 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.

    Magic Live by the Three. Will They Die By It?

  • 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.

    That's "Dr." Cuz

  • 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.

    Ellen Hopkins: Crank Trilogy

  • But Treys next query, about availability, elicits an Oh, duh moment.

    Ellen Hopkins: Crank Trilogy

  • Hopefully, it will be a girl, a beautiful perfect daughter, with hair like Treys, eyes like mine.

    Ellen Hopkins: Crank Trilogy

  • I love you, I murmur, knowing Treys not here, but feeling him next to me anyway.

    Ellen Hopkins: Crank Trilogy

  • That reminds me of a night, spent in Treys arms, at his cousin Brads house.

    Ellen Hopkins: Crank Trilogy

  • I put my arms around Treys neck, lean my head into his chest.

    Ellen Hopkins: Crank Trilogy

  • Hauling out-of-control down that hill, safe in Treys arms.

    Ellen Hopkins: Crank Trilogy


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