She wanted to dive into this villain with both feet, and she did.
Clinton famously triangulated his way to reelection, but Republicans remained in charge of both houses.
In many senses his approach was too little, too late, both from a policy and a communications standpoint.
This will eliminate the inevitable “uh, I know I am forgetting someone” stretches that are both time consuming and painful.
“both political parties share in the blame for our fiscal mess,” he added.
both of 'em looked consider'ble better than they had when I see 'em last.
both these authors were acceptable to the princes and ministers under whom they lived.
both appear in the king's will as his feoffees for Eton and King's.
The child had a bun in both hands, and had stopped in the middle of a bite to watch her.
Truth to tell, both he and Carlier were in desperate straits.
there are several theories, all similar, and deriving the word from the tendency to say "both the." One is that it is Old English begen (masc.) "both" (from Proto-Germanic *ba, from PIE *bho "both") + -þ extended base. Another traces it to the Proto-Germanic formula represented in Old English by ba þa "both these," from ba (feminine nominative and accusative of begen) + þa, nominative and accusative plural of se "that." A third traces it to Old Norse baðir "both," from *bai thaiz "both the," from Proto-Germanic *thaiz, third person plural pronoun. Cf. similar formation in Old Frisian bethe, Dutch beide, Old High German beide, German beide, Gothic bajoþs.