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- v. Present participle of two-time.
- adj. Who has two-timed another person.
- n. The practice of being sexually unfaithful.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not faithful to a spouse or lover
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This time out, Sandler plays a Los Angeles plastic surgeon named Danny Maccabee, whose back story plays out in "Just Go With It's" first few scenes: The victim of a scheming, two-timing bride-to-be, the long-shnozzed Danny flees her clutches at the altar, then finds that his wedding ring and hard-luck story works like catnip with the ladies.
After the irate new girlfriend of two-timing miracle man emailed me and said she knew what I was up to after I'd tweeted him something nasty and she'd seen it.
Cheers to Melinda Clarke for two-timing it on Nikita and CSI.
So much has happened since I last saw him: I've moved out, unwittingly abetted my colleague in two-timing his long-distance girlfriend, damaged several cars and been on some grim internet dates.
My dad's best advice is with me—sweaty dirty naked allergenic two-timing insatiable beyond greed me.
Some say 1919, when he exhibited two bodies of work together in Paris - revealing that he'd been two-timing Cubism, the avant-garde movement he and Georges Braque created, and was producing neoclassical realism on the side.
Of course, Romney may be two-timing them in Florida where his immigration message carries a less radical, more Latino-friendly, tone.
This summer's stock-market volatility—coming not that long after the 2007-09 bear market—may spur even more "two-timing" by clients, says Katharine Wolf , senior analyst and head of the investor practice at Cerulli Associates, the consulting firm that conducted the study.
Carter plunges the reader into a boisterous, two-timing, high-stakes drama about the business of comedy at a sinking TV network that wanted to preserve a rare success – late night – in the worse way, and did.
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