Two is company but three is none

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two is company but three is none

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Two Is Company, But Three's A Crowd

The proverb was first recorded in the midth century, in the form “Two is company but three is none,” (W.C. Hazlitt, English Proverbs []).

Two is none, three is a company?

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‘... three too many’ (1678)

The alternative ending is three's a crowd. Access to the complete content on Oxford Reference requires a subscription or purchase. - America, 19th century.

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    Edited by John Simpson and Jennifer Speake. The alternative ending is three's a crowd. J. Stevens Spanish & English Dict.

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    English[edit]. Proverb[edit]. two's company and three is none. Synonym of two's company, three's a crowd. Retrieved from.

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