noun, adjective Scot.
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Definition for twa (2 of 2)
noun, plural Twas, (especially collectively) Twa.
Example sentences from the Web for twa
It was not a hedge fund manager who invented the iPhone, after all, but it was a hedge fund manager who ran TWA into the ground.
The 747 fleet was never grounded as a result of the TWA crash.
Boeing had failed to meet a deadline to implement explosion-prevention devices in 747s, directly related to the loss of TWA 800.
One famous vase smuggled and later sold to the Met even traveled in a first-class TWA seat.
Great names like Pan Am, TWA, and Eastern have disappeared, all at one time the creations of visionary men.
Ye told me that he only kepit twa sairvents: a cook, hoosekeper, who lived awe', an' a man—a foreigner?Dope|Sax Rohmer
Rundell has been here twa or three times, for hours at a time, but I hae never seen Walker yet.
Pork maun hae risen in price this last twa-three days, for I'm telt it was gaun cheap enough then.
Ye mind the auld gasoliery i' the dinin'-room had twa lichts?A Window in Thrums|J. M. Barrie
They were like twa gowden eagles gliding in the air ower a ben wi' ta sun shinin' on it.The Yeoman Adventurer|George W. Gough