a cardinal number, three plus one.
a symbol of this number, 4 or IV or IIII.
a set of this many persons or things.
a playing card, die face, or half of a domino face with four pips.
Jazz. alternate four-bar passages, as played in sequence by different soloists: with guitar and piano trading fours.
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Something having four parts, units, or members, such as a musical quartet or a
four-cylinder engine. Idiom: all fours. All four limbs of an animal or person: a baby
1Equivalent to the product of two and two; one more than three, or six less than
ten; 4: Francesca's got four brothers it took four of them to lift it a four-bedroom ...
His name is then found out to be Tobias Eaton, but his nickname is Four because
he only has four fears; heights, confinement, shooting an innocent person, and ...
Somebody who is obviously lying, posturing, idly boasting, who does not have
the goods; one who is 'so full of shit' that it would take four flushes during the ...
four twenty. A celebrated time for potheads all around the USA (and possibly
other countries) because it is believed that at 4:20, whether it be night or day, one
Four is a number that comes after 3 and before 5. A number that is reached by
multiplying 2 by 2, is an example of four. YourDictionary definition and usage ...
Old English feower "four; four times," from Proto-Germanic *fedwor- (cognates:
Old Saxon fiuwar, Old Frisian fiower, fiuwer, Frankish *fitter-, Dutch vier, Old High
Mixed together these four little friends can be your best friend or your worst
enemy. Guranteed to get you buzzed, and gives you a good bang for your buck at