foursome : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n four people considered as a unit
the foursome teed off before 9 a.m.
- n the cardinal number that is the sum of three and one
- Forty years ago, amidst increasing acrimony, the legendary foursome gathered on the roof of Apple's headquarters in London for what would turn out to be their final live .
- Another surprise was the absence of tightly closed loops in which a foursome trades partners--what co-author Peter Bearman calls the Bob Carol Ted Alice phenomenon, after the .
- Soon after graduation, the foursome headed south to Tokyo, where they developed their sound, a punk-rock bite leavened with melodic interludes and philosophical lyrics.
- Harry Richard Landis in FOXNews
We really looked forward to getting our old foursome together and going somewhere for a couple of weeks,Landis said. "Sadly, my favorite best friend lived until he was only 60 years old. We were like brothers. We could talk about business,...
- George Lopez in SI.com
My dream foursome would be myself, Donald Trump and Rosie O'Donnell,Lopez said, alluding to a public feud between Trump and O'Donnell. "And she would count as two. So I wouldn't actually need four."
- Benny Parsons in SportingNews.com
The first thing everyone asks me is, 'Are you a smoker?'Parsons said. "The answer is that I smoked my last cigarette way back in 1978 and since then I've hated being around smoking. I don't even allow anyone in my foursome to smoke on the...