two-spot

[ too-spot ]

noun
  1. a playing card or the upward face of a die that bears two pips, or a domino one half of which bears two pips.

  2. Informal. a two-dollar bill.

Origin of two-spot

1
An Americanism dating back to 1880–85

Words Nearby two-spot

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How to use two-spot in a sentence

  • Then I took two-spot on my lap and stretched myself for a reverie.

    Pharaoh's Broker | Ellsworth Douglass
  • I shall call him two-spot because he is the smallest thing in the pack.

    Pharaoh's Broker | Ellsworth Douglass
  • The work I do with my second two-spot is going to be smoother, and there won't be so much beefing after the pot is raked in.

    Blow The Man Down | Holman Day
  • He wanted to tell this stubborn individual that he was merely a two-spot in the big game which was being played.

    Blow The Man Down | Holman Day
  • I could hear only the low, regular breathing of the doctor as he slept, and the slight crunching of two-spot on his bone.

    Pharaoh's Broker | Ellsworth Douglass

British Dictionary definitions for two-spot

two-spot

noun
  1. a card with two pips; two; deuce

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