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noun as in trio

noun as in triumvirate

noun as in troika

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Example Sentences

He fell short, taking in less than half that amount, but his haul was enough to scare his primary opponent, Trey Grayson.

Trey was born on a cold February morning the same week Nelson Mandela walked out of a South African prison after 26 years.

Trey and his girlfriend hurried to his car parked on the street and left.

That was the deal the lawyer worked out: a plea of guilty in exchange for the record being expunged if Trey stayed out of trouble.

As Trey grew older, his hunger for a father seemed to be the driving force of his young life.

She ran the household, but had likewise a decided mania for lottery, and always for the same numbers; she "nursed a trey."

Presently Portlaw began in a babyish-irritated voice: "I've buried the deuce and trey of diamonds, and blocked myself—"

Why don't you change the trey of hearts to the place that suits you?

Deuces: move two on the four-point in your inner table, and two on the trey-point in your opponent's inner table.

Fives: move two men from the five in your adversary's outer table to the trey-point in your inner table.


On this page you'll find 136 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to trey, such as: triumvirate, ternion, three, threesome, triangle, and trilogy.

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