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three way

n.
A sexual encounter involving three people.
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There are three ways in which a ruler can bring misfortune upon his army:--
It will, I presume, be as readily conceded, that there were only three ways in which this power could have been reasonably modified and disposed: that it must either have been lodged wholly in the national legislature, or wholly in the State legislatures, or primarily in the latter and ultimately in the former.
And these are the three ways in which the historians do explain the relation of the people to their rulers.
By and by he said he had ciphered out two or three ways, but there warn't no need to decide on any of them yet.
- I renewed the medicine all the three ways; and dosed myself with it as at first, and doubled the quantity which I drank.
Why have only two or three ways of life, and not thousands?
But our men gave them no time, but running up to them, fired among them three ways, and then fell in with the butt-ends of their muskets, their swords, armed staves, and hatchets, and laid about them so well that, in a word, they set up a dismal screaming and howling, flying to save their lives which way soever they could.
"There are three ways before her," he thought, "the canal, the madhouse, or .
The traveller, who was going from Palestrina to Tivoli, had mistaken his way; the young man directed him; but as at a distance of a quarter of a mile the road again divided into three ways, and on reaching these the traveller might again stray from his route, he begged Luigi to be his guide.
Now, they differ from each other in three ways, from which, blended together, all the varieties which can be imagined arise.
Katy Yocom; THREE WAYS TO DISAPPEAR; Ashland Creek Press (Fiction: General) 18.95 ISBN: 9781618220837
Three Ways in Which Logic Might Be Normative, FLORIAN STEINBERGER