number two


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number two

n. Informal
1. The act of defecating.
2. Feces.

number two

n
1. euphemistic the act or an instance of defecation
2. (Hairdressing & Grooming) a haircut in which the hair is cut close to the head with an electric shaver
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A huge, broad-shouldered gunner, Number One, holding a mop, his legs far apart, sprang to the wheel; while Number Two with a trembling hand placed a charge in the cannon's mouth.
My number two, Nelly, my second, my Mrs Quilp,' said the dwarf.
And yet for Number One they will go through fire and water, and for Number Two they won't so much as turn their heads to look at him.
In that room he found three gentlemen; number one doing nothing particular, number two doing nothing particular, number three doing nothing particular.
He really did look serious when he was saying it, and I couldn't help feeling a sort of exultation that he was number Two in one day.
When I say number one,' pursued Mr Squeers, putting the mug before the children, 'the boy on the left hand nearest the window may take a drink; and when I say number two, the boy next him will go in, and so till we come to number five, which is the last boy.
Not finding it at number one, they come to number two.
And as for number two, and why I made a bargain--well, you came crawling on your knees to me to make it--on your knees you came, you was that downhearted--and you'd have starved too if I hadn't--but that's a trifle
So she wound up Number Two, and immediately the clock-work man said, without moving any part of his body except his lips:
Body number two, said they must take everything on political economy.
I made out Number Two, and discovered the bell-handle with difficulty, it was growing so dark.
Stewed beef and carrots and gooseberry tart, for Number Two.