two peas in a pod

Definition of two peas in a pod

  1. —used to say that two people or things are very similar to each other My brother and I are two peas in a pod. We both like the same things.

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  being one more than one in number

  1. :  two countable individuals not specified

    :  a small approximate number of indicated things

  1. :  the second in a set or series

    :  a 2-dollar bill

    :  something having two units or members

peaplay peas
  1. :  a variable annual Eurasian vine (Pisum sativum) of the legume family that is cultivated especially for its rounded smooth or wrinkled edible protein-rich seeds

    :  the seed of the pea

    :  the immature pods of the pea with their included seeds

  1. :  a bit socket in a brace

    :  a straight groove or channel in the barrel of an auger

  1. :  a dry dehiscent pericarp or fruit that is composed of one or more carpels

    :  legume

    :  an anatomical pouch

  1. :  to produce pods

  1. :  a number of animals (such as whales) clustered together

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