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[too-see-ter] /ˈtuˈsi tər/
a vehicle accommodating two persons.
Origin of two-seater
1890-95; two seat(s) + -er1 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • Oliver had quite a little time to think things over as the two-seater purred along smooth roads toward New York.

    Young People's Pride Stephen Vincent Benet
  • He has two planes, he tells me, a big amphibian and a two-seater.

  • The only twentieth-century detail in it was the other two-seater car that was drawn up just in front of the porch.

    Miss Million's Maid Bertha Ruck
  • We'll be able to get that two-seater if things go buzzing on like this.

    The Adventures of Sally P. G. Wodehouse
  • The two-seater stopped, the big man entered, and the vehicle moved away.

    The Pit Prop Syndicate Freeman Wills Crofts
  • Operative Number Eighty-one will come for me in a two-seater just at dark.

    Aces Up Covington Clarke
  • Instead he went sweeping past the Jap two-seater, staring at it hard.

    Dave Dawson on Guadalcanal Robert Sydney Bowen
  • The little yellow car was only a two-seater, but it held three at a pinch.

    A Fortunate Term Angela Brazil
  • He proposed that I might pilot the two-seater while he followed and pretended to give chase in an Albatross scout.

British Dictionary definitions for two-seater


a vehicle providing seats for two people
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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