verb (used with object), two-timed, two-tim·ing. Informal.
- two-tailed pasha,
- two-thirds rule,
- two-time loser,
- two-toed anteater,
- two-toed sloth,
Origin of two-time
Examples from the Web for two-timer
Today it would be considered a felony, classifying him as a “two-timer” and therefore ineligible for special release.
"to deceive, cheat, betray," 1924, perhaps from notion of "to have two at a time." An earlier reference (1922) in a Kentucky criminal case and involves a double-cross or betrayal, without a romance angle. Related: two-timing (adj.); two-timer.