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  1. having two purposes; twofold
    our double-barreled desire to make things profitable as well as attractive
  2. having two barrels mounted side by side
    a double-barreled shotgun
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How To Use double-barreled In A Sentence

  • The double-barreled results: Lowering levels of a protein called CRP, or C-reactive protein, a marker of inflammation, seems to be protective even when cholesterol levels are okay.
  • In whatever vehicle he was driving, a double-barreled, 12 - gauge shotgun resided somewhere near at hand.
  • Confining our conversation to firearms, the most common working gun of the farmer or homesteader in the late 19th century was the double-barreled shotgun.
  • a double-barreled shotgun
  • The old double-barreled ten-gauge with the rabbit-ear hammers still hung above the mantel on pegs, loaded, ready for action. AMAGANSETT
  • The double-barreled handgun simultaneously fired a thermo-beam along with a stream of antimagnetic plastic bullets. The Emperor and the Monster
  • Few firearms are as visually intimidating as a double-barreled shotgun.
  • But a skim does not do justice to the double-barreled implications of these two reports.
  • When America's greatest lexicographer writes me an ungrammatical message on a double-barreled slate, signs it "noeh webstur," and instructs his terrestial to deliver it to me on payment of one cart-wheel dollar, I suspect that there's something sphacelated in the psychological Denmark. The Complete Works of Brann the Iconoclast, Volume 10
  • One specific trend currently is what might be termed the double-barreled or conjunctional approach. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol III No 2
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