doubled

[ UK /dˈʌbə‍ld/ ]
[ US /ˈdəbəɫd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. twice as great or many
    the dose is doubled
    ate a double portion
    a twofold increase
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How To Use doubled In A Sentence

  • Rose doubled over when Facer walked in wearing his funny clothes.
  • Finding the swiftest pursuer close upon his heels, he threw off, first his blanket, then his silver-laced coat and belt of peag, by which his enemies knew him to be Canonchet, and redoubled the eagerness of pursuit. The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon
  • Their risk of dying in childbirth is doubled and of having stillborn babies trebled, and other physical, sexual, and relationship problems are common.
  • By the close their ranks have doubled into a colourful army stamping out percussive rhythms in wooden sandals. Times, Sunday Times
  • The baby doubled its weight in a year.
  • Use an A4 sheet doubled over.
  • This risk is doubled for non-smoking spouses of smokers.
  • despite our redoubled efforts
  • On to the stretcher with him, strapping on, doubled back along the landing, started down the stairway. RIOT
  • We also decided to get our tattered, old couch reupholstered, and I doubled our annual contribution to a local conservation group.
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