Origin of doubly
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Examples from the Web for doubly
First, doubly punishing the aforementioned players would definitely raise howls from their union, the NFL Players Association.The NFL Is Full of Ray Rices
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If people say there loved one is dead, they are doubly traumatizing these people.The Flight 370 Paradox: How Do You Mourn a Missing Person?
March 15, 2014
Even Shakespeare only earned lasting fame by appealing to Queen Elizabeth (and then doubly so to Queen James).'Hysterical Literature': Women Who Read Until Orgasm
March 5, 2014
As a thirty-six-year-old olive-skinned Puerto Rican woman, Maddy had been doubly lonely since the first week of trial.The Only Non-White Juror in the George Zimmerman Trial
February 26, 2014
Beyond that, however, he is doubly affected by his foreignness.Why Isn’t Idris Elba A Bigger Movie Star?
November 29, 2013
It has doubly convinced me of the excellency of your mind, and of the honour of your disposition.Clarissa, Volume 1 (of 9)
Then it would be doubly hard to Mart to have had the possibility suggested.Ester Ried Yet Speaking
These fiends were doubly protected by midnight and the mask.
Are they not then doubly officious in their respects and services to you?Clarissa, Volume 2 (of 9)
It makes it doubly worth while, to win out and have you all so glad!The Fortune Hunter
Louis Joseph Vance
- to or in a double degree, quantity, or measuredoubly careful
- in two waysdoubly wrong
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Word Origin and History for doubly
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