[ US /ˈtweɪn/ ]
[ UK /twˈe‍ɪn/ ]
NOUN
  1. two items of the same kind
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How To Use twain In A Sentence

  • In 1867 another visitor, Mark Twain, called Jerusalem “the knobbiest town in the world, except Constantinople.” Crossing Mandelbaum Gate
  • I must have a prodigious amount of mind; it takes me as much as a week, sometimes, to make it up! Mark Twain 
  • Mark Twain impersonator Richard Garey with two sets of Tom Sawyers and Becky Thatchers in Hannibal, Mo., to mark the 100th anniversary of the author's death on April 21. Mark Twain's celebrated Missouri hometown is jumping again
  • If I cannot smoke cigars in Heaven, I shall not go. Mark Twain 
  • I've convinced myself that my motives are pure — that I have a kindlier version of the Mark Twain-James Fenimore Cooper relationship with my writers, constantly saving them from using words inaccurately. Our 'Pragmatic,' 'Ebullient' Year of 'Austerity'
  • No man that has ever lived has done a thing to please God primarily. It was done to please himself, then God next. Mark Twain 
  • Truth is more of a stranger than fiction. Mark Twain 
  • As Mark Twain once said, " Why shouldn't truth be stranger than fiction?
  • I'm attracted to all kinds of writing, from Mark Twain to Jean Genet.
  • I believe that our Heavenly Father invented man because he was disappointed in the monkey. Mark Twain 
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