Asks Drake, not once, but twice: "Are you or are you not sleeping with me?"
After all, the United State has twice elected an African-American President.
I went to the Scientology Celebrity Center in L.A. with Juliette twice, and I said, “This is not cool!”
He could hire the Mormon Tabernacle Choir to follow Gingrich around singing “Once, twice, Three Times a Lady” at campaign stops.
twice as many charters (37 percent) are even worse than the neighborhood public school.
He has done me once or twice, you see; and so I try to take it out of him.
Once or twice while they were eating dinner some one of the party had said, “Now, Ben, now!”
I thought once or twice there was something fishy—she was trying it on.
It has a tail, twice the length of its body, from which it can with difficulty be distinguished.
At these places the dog was once or twice nearly baffled again.
late Old English twiga, twigea "two times" (cognate with Old Frisian twia, Old Saxon tuuio) + adverbial genitive ending -es.