[ UK /ɹɪdˈʌbə‍ld/ ]
[ US /ɹiˈdəbəɫd/ ]
  1. become much greater in intensity or size or amount
    we faced redoubled attacks from the enemy
    despite our redoubled efforts
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How To Use redoubled In A Sentence

  • Ten tricks and redoubled game made. Times, Sunday Times
  • The screaming redoubled
  • Louisiana perioperative nurses redoubled their efforts by reenergizing their members.
  • The folk rejoiced in her song with exceeding joy and my gladness redoubled, so that I took the lute from the damsel and preluding after the most melodious fashion, sang these couplets, The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • Under their instruction, he redoubled his efforts.
  • Now try to defeat the redoubled game. Times, Sunday Times
  • The frisson that he caused was still sweeping through the gallery when it paused and then redoubled.
  • As the shouts redoubled, and mingled with the various clangors of battle, drew nearer the tower, the impatience of the earl could not be restrained. The Scottish Chiefs
  • Page 44 it would seem, that you do not only chuckle with a demoniac joy over what you suppose are the exquisite tortures of my sensibilities but your ecstacies are redoubled and refined in the proud contemplation of the additional fact that you are the author of my terrible agonies, the illiad of all my woes. A Controversy Between "Erskine" and "W. M." on the Practicability of Suppressing Gambling.
  • MY is fundamentally wrong in placing his faith in the sort of monetary policies that brought us into the mess and have been redoubled in trying to fix it. Matthew Yglesias » The ECB’s Complacency
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