two-by-four

[ too-bahy-fawr, -fohr, -buh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF two-by-four
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At the third jump his hat flew off, disclosing the jagged end of a two-by-four.

I say, Phil, should this two-by-four go in with the big side out, or the narrow?

Thats what comes of blatting things in a two-by-four burg like this.

There isn't much room for the Triangle in a two-by-four shack.

The top is made out of a piece of two-by-four with bevelled mortises cut in two sides of each end as in Fig. 10.

This platform should be fastened to the first, with the end which has not been battened secured to the two-by-four at C.

Using the two-by-four as a fulcrum, he began levering the door upward and outward.

And time after time Stud brought the two-by-four crashing down between the maddened animal's eyes.

Zircon had found a piece of two-by-four lumber about eight feet long, and he was swinging it like a flail.

For a moment Zircon's lumber wreaked havoc, then he struck a part of the junk and the two-by-four splintered.

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