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n. - The cardinal number that is the sum of one and one and one.

Usage examples (3)
  • Heaven and Earth, he may with Heaven and Earth form a ternion.
  • The play of chances which brings up a ternion or a quaternion is nothing compared to what has been required to prevent the combination of which I am reaping the fruits...
  • Among the firsts to wait out for is the caliber of the ezine. the somebody way to calibre the level is by decent a supporter yourself and receiving two or ternion... for more
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