You can never please everyone—and that's doubly true when you're writing a list of the books you missed this decade.
If people say there loved one is dead, they are doubly traumatizing these people.
First, doubly punishing the aforementioned players would definitely raise howls from their union, the NFL Players Association.
But what made it doubly difficult was that she had to do it twice.
doubly so since the DEA just moved to ban three more synthetic drugs, signaling a widening crackdown on the designer drug market.
I'm surprised at myself, doubly surprised at the girl; and both surprises are agreeable ones.
She was doubly guarded by her father on one side and her mother on the other.
When this alarm—always startling, but doubly so in a crowded prison—was given, we were to rush upon the guards and overpower them.
Which was doubly true, for both William and Chester had asked her.
In his defenceless and desperate circumstances, such revenge was doubly sweet; and for a while he dwelt on it with pleasure.