two of a kind
Very similar individuals or things, as in Patrice and John are two of a kind—they're true hiking enthusiasts. This idiom uses kind in the sense of “a class with common characteristics,” a usage dating from about a.d. 1000.
What Kind Of Songs Get To Be Called “Country Music”?Past and present, country music—and what gets to be called country music—is far more complex than many realize.
How The Hot Dog Got Its Silly (And Kind of Gross) NameThis July 4th weekend how about taking some time to consider the names of those items you are about to eat? Brace yourself for the short and disputed history of that American grilling favorite: The “hot dog.” Why do we call hot dogs, well, hot dogs? There are a few schools of thought on the origin of this favorite food. Some think that people commonly believed …
combination, duo, couple, two, team, match, comparison, closeness, coincidence, affinity, parallel, kinship, resemblance, relationship, connection, harmony, analogy, correlation, sameness, twosome
- two cents,
- two gentlemen of verona, the,
- two heads are better than one,
- two left feet, have,
- two oceans,
- two old cat,
- two pair,
- two rivers,
- two shakes of a lamb's tail,
- two sicilies
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