eight-fold

ADJECTIVE
  1. having eight units or components
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How To Use eight-fold In A Sentence

  • But for cattle and women lent [the return] is, their offspring: the highest encrease demandable for use of liquids [99] is eight-fold; for wearing apparel, for corn, and for gold, four-fold, three-fold and two-fold respectively. Hindu Law and Judicature from the Dharma-Sástra of Yájnavalkya
  • By 2050, we must develop and deploy on the order of 20 tw of new carbon-free energy — this is an eight-fold increase.
  • Drunk and disorderly incidents more than doubled from 12 to 26, and drunk and incapable offenders increased eight-fold.
  • Drunk and disorderly incidents more than doubled from 12 to 26, and drunk and incapable offenders increased eight-fold.
  • During the same period, although almost half went out of business, those that did survive reported a six-fold increase in paid-up capital while deposits and loans grew by eight-fold.
  • When the factories introduced the much easier to manufacture six- and eight-fold star crimps, advertising campaigns demonized the roll crimp and the overshot wad.
  • Bio-energetic modeling of juvenile populations of lake trout in the epilimnion of Toolik Lake suggests that they will not survive a 3°C increase in mean July epilimnetic temperatures given existing ration, and would require a greater than eight-fold increase in food to achieve historical end-of-year sizes [16]. Climate change effects on arctic freshwater fish populations
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