Two-day in a sentence

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At St. Jo they paid one hundred and fifty dollars apiece for their stage fare (with something extra for the dictionary), and on the twenty-sixth of July, 1861, set out on that long, delightful trip behind sixteen galloping horses-or mules-never stopping except for meals or to change teams, heading steadily into the sunset, following it from horizon to horizon over the billowy plains, across the snow-clad Rockies, covering the seventeen hundred miles between St. Jo and Carson City (including a two-day halt in Salt Lake City) in nineteen glorious days.
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He had, therefore, sent on his two-days' bride in a hired brougham, whilst he went across the country to a certain group of wheat and barley ricks a few miles off, telling her the hour at which he might be expected the same evening.
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With Jean Melis happening on a two-days' old paper, and reading over and over a notice addressed to him.
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We have lost ten thousand men in two-days' battle.
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Early that morning the two-days' Battle of Second Manassas (or Second Bull Run) began with Pope's absurd attempt to pursue an army drawn up in line of battle.
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It was Merton Gill's great moment, a heart-gripping climax to a two-days' drama that had at no time lacked tension.
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Don't look so woe-begone; 'Tis but a two-days' ride, and thou wilt see Rover, and Spot, and Nettle, and the rest Of thy dear country friends!
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Two-days long these regiments lay heaped.
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Examples of Two-day

Example #1
What an inspiration in such a trip!
Example #2
The captain said she was a "bully" boat, and all she wanted was some "shear" and a bigger wheel.
Example #3
This accounted for her trotting out to meet him after their separation of four hours.
Example #4
Nobody there as yet knew what had happened; and she was best in a position to break the news to the inmates, and give directions for her husband's accommodation.
Example #5
With Leslie Ward, neither better nor worse than his kind, seeking adventure in a bypath, which was East 56th Street.
Example #6
With Wallie Sayre biding his time, but fairly sure of the result.