Based on double entendre.
- (humorous) A phrase that has three meanings.
- 2004 July 28, naismith, “An Open Letter To Leesa”, in alt.religion.wicca, Usenet, retrieved 2022-06-05:
- A triple-entendre, if you will; 'purloined', as in out in the open and a way to change the subject title without losing the thread. The third part of the entendre was that anything is new if perspective can be shifted.
- 2005 April 17, R. Stewart, “Clipse are good rappers, discuss”, in rec.music.hip-hop, Usenet, retrieved 2022-06-05:
- Pretty much agree with you and Pete on this one... that and the fact that every few months, a few of my friends and I get into a discussion of whether or not one of the verses from 'Grindin' constitutes a proper triple entendre...
"Them days I wasn't able/Abel, there was always cane/'caine/Kane"
...good stuff to anger and annoy any literary types you know...