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four┬Ěsome
[fawr-suhm, fohr-]
NOUN
1.
a company or set of four; two couples; a quartet: to make up a foursome for bridge.
ADJECTIVE
2.
consisting of four persons, things, etc.; performed by or requiring four persons.
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Foursome (golf) - Wikipedia

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A foursome, also known as alternate shot, is a type of match in the sport of golf. Golfers compete in teams of two, using only one ball per team, and taking ...

Foursome - definition of foursome by The Free Dictionary

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A group of four persons or things, especially two couples. 2. An activity involving four people, such as a golf match. [Middle English four-som, from Old English ...

Common rules for a threesome (or foursome) | Ask MetaFilter

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Well, here's one rule of thumb: don't have a threesome with someone you're stuck in close quarters with. If there's no (easy, polite, friendly, ...

foursome Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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foursome definition, meaning, what is foursome: a group of four people meeting for a social activity, such as playing a game or having a…. Learn more.

Foursome | Define Foursome at Dictionary.com

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Foursome definition, a company or set of four; two couples; a quartet: to make up a foursome for bridge. See more.

Urban Dictionary: Fourway

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A fourway is when two couples share their partners with each other. A bit like a foursome but not all participating in the 'activities' at the same...

foursome | Definition, meaning & more | Collins Dictionary

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foursome | A foursome is a group of four people or things. | Definition, pronunciation, examples & translations.

The difference between fourball and foursomes - Golf Monthly

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Feb 14, 2015 ... Americans in particular would generally refer to any group of four golfers as a foursome (“any chance you could make up a foursome this ...