foursome

  1. four people considered as a unit
  2. the cardinal number that is the sum of three and one

Foursome

[group sex] A foursome is a form of group sex involving four people of any gender combination. ==Types of foursomes== The level of sexual activity among the four members may vary greatly. Other foursomes may involve some same sex contact, and some foursomes actively involve all four members. ===Wife Swapping=== Wife swapping involves two co...
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Foursome

[golf] A foursome, also known as alternate shot, is a type of match in the sport of golf. Golfers compete in teams of two, using one ball, and taking alternate shots until the hole is completed. Team members also take turns in teeing off on each hole, i.e. one player will take the tee shot on odd-numbered holes, and the other on even-number...
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Foursome

Four'some adjective [ Four + 2d -some .] Consisting of four; requiring four participants. [ Scot. or Golf]
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Foursome

Four'some noun (Golf) A game between four players, with two on each side and each side playing but one ball, the partners striking alternately. It is called a mixed foursome when each side consists of a man and a woman.
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Foursome

• (n.) A game between four players, with two on each side and each side playing but one ball, the partners striking alternately. It is called a mixed foursome when each side consists of a man and a woman. • (a.) Consisting of four; requiring four participants.
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foursome

A term given to four players playing together. Also a match in which two players play against another two players with each side playing one ball.
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Foursome

A group of four golfers playing only two balls. A pair of the players form a team and player alternate shots.The match can be scored as match play, stroke play or as a stapleford.
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Foursome

Group of two pairs of golfers playing shots alternately with the same ball. The partners drive at alternate holes, so one will drive the even numbers and one the odd numbers.
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Foursome

1. Four players playing together in a group 2. A match in which two 2-person teams compete against
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