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Definition of Twain

Twain

  1. Two; -- nearly obsolete in common discourse, but used in poetry and burlesque.

Twain Quotations

No, no, no separate but equal... never the twain shall meet. And the pendulum kept swinging and it came to rest in the bastard hybrid known as the Daily Show.
Mo Rocca

Right from the start, I loved the works of Mark Twain. Every time I read about Tom Sawyer, I'd go out and do something low-level naughty, just like him.
John Grisham

Mark Twain created a new type of literature and not a lot of people can say that. Not a lot of people can say they're absolutely original and completely self-made.
Val Kilmer

I bought a book of Mark Twain quotes. That's about my speed. I'll read a couple quotes and put it down.
Kid Rock

All modern American literature comes from one book by Mark Twain called Huckleberry Finn.
Ernest Hemingway
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Twain Translations

twain in German is zwei
twain in Italian is paio
twain in Swedish is tvenne
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