sevenfold

[ UK /sˈɛvənfˌə‍ʊld/ ]
[ US /ˈsɛvənˌfoʊɫd/ ]
ADVERB
  1. seven times
    the population of this village increased sevenfold in the past 100 years
ADJECTIVE
  1. having seven units or components
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How To Use sevenfold In A Sentence

  • Other research suggests that men who undergo open-heart surgery have a sevenfold decrease in mortality if they draw strength from religious faith and regularly get together with a group of people, such as a bowling league.
  • A sevenfold increase in the risk of severe or moderate disability remained after birth weight and gestational age were controlled for.
  • Our exports to the applicant countries increased sevenfold between 1994 and 2000.
  • In England, the price of agricultural produce increased sevenfold in the late 1500s, while the price of manufactured goods went up by 300 per cent.
  • Indeed, when compared with asthmatics without oesophagitis, asthmatics with oesophagitis had a sevenfold increase in the frequency of hiatal hernia.
  • This sevenfold meditation posture is often referred to as the eightfold one by adding the method of breathing. A Commentary on A Root Text for Gelug-Kagyu Mahamudra
  • These devices have been shown to increase the risk for infection sevenfold.
  • That prison population has increased sevenfold from 300,000 since 1980.
  • They found that oxygen consumption rose sevenfold in lab pythons after feeding.
  • Hospital admissions for anaphylaxis, for example, have increased sevenfold over the last decade.
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