Two-capsuled to Type
(Two"-cap`suled) a. (Bot.) Having two distinct capsules; bicapsular.
(Two"-cleft`) a. (Bot.) Divided about half way from the border to the base into two segments; bifid.
(Two"-deck`er) n. A vessel of war carrying guns on two decks.
(Two"-edged`) a. Having two edges, or edges on both sides; as, a two-edged sword.
(Two"fold`) a. [Cf. Twifold.] Double; duplicate; multiplied by two; as, a twofold nature; a twofold
sense; a twofold argument.
(Two"fold`), adv. In a double degree; doubly.
(Two"-foot`) a. Measuring two feet; two feet long, thick, or wide; as, a two-foot rule.
(Two"-forked`) a. Divided into two parts, somewhat after the manner of a fork; dichotomous.
(Two"-hand`) a. Employing two hands; as, the two-hand alphabet. See Dactylology.
1. Having two hands; often used as an epithet equivalent to large, stout, strong, or powerful. "Two-
handed sway." Milton.
2. Used with both hands; as, a two-handed sword.
That two-handed engine [the sword].Milton.
3. Using either hand equally well; ambidextrous.
1. Having two lips.
2. (Bot.) Divided in such a manner as to resemble the two lips when the mouth is more or less open; bilabiate.
(Two"-part`ed) a. (Bot.) Divided from the border to the base into two distinct parts; bipartite.
(Two"pence) n. A small coin, and money of account, in England, equivalent to two pennies,
minted to a fixed annual amount, for almsgiving by the sovereign on Maundy Thursday.
(Two"pen*ny) a. Of the value of twopence.
1. Consisting of two thicknesses, as cloth; double.
2. Woven double, as cloth or carpeting, by incorporating two sets of warp thread and two of weft.
(Two"-ranked`) a. (Bot.) Alternately disposed on exactly opposite sides of the stem so as
to from two ranks; distichous.
1. Having two sides only; hence, double-faced; hypocritical.
2. (Biol.) Symmetrical.