Premiums are skyrocketing The news is abuzz, Somers asserts, with stories of “premiums are doubling and tripling.”
He tripled the revenue, and gave so much of it to the House of Commons that they cordially agreed to the tripling.
Apiarians dissuaded from more than tripling their stocks in a year.
In 1797, Government attempted to meet the extraordinary expenses of the year by tripling the tax on houses and windows, etc.
tripling the pressure, reduces the volume to one-third and so on.
The doubling and tripling of the X are nothing but inventions of the brewers to humbug the public.
It took the company all day to move, it being almost impossible to move the loads even with tripling teams.
Impatiently he meditated plans for doubling and tripling his revenue.
A doubling or tripling of carbon dioxide was formerly thought to be "very dangerous."
late 14c., from Medieval Latin triplare "to triple," from Latin triplus "threefold, triple," from tri- "three" (see tri-) + -plus "-fold." The noun is recorded from early 15c.; the baseball sense is attested from 1880. The adjective is recorded from 1540s.