Definition of 'two-by-four'
Example sentences containing 'two-by-four'
Conrad lunged at his leg but missed, looking on helplessly as Ellis snatched a length of two-by-four from the back of a truck.AMAGANSETT (2004) SAN ANDREAS (2004) SAN ANDREAS (2004)
He worked his foot over the two-by-four, pressing his toe against its end, then snapped his foot out.THE KILL CLAUSE (2004)
Definition of two-by-four from the Collins English Dictionary
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