verb (used with or without object), quin·tu·pled, quin·tu·pling.
Origin of quintuple
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Historical Examples of quintuple
Of the Quintuple biliteral there are thirty-two combinations.The Mystery of the Sea
The ratification of the quintuple treaty was felt to be out of the question.
This was well understood to be a blow aimed at the quintuple treaty.
The ratification of the quintuple treaty had long been abandoned.
Associated words: quinary, quintuple, quintuplicate, quincunx.Putnam's Word Book
Louis A. Flemming
Word Origin for quintuple
1630s, from quintuple (adj.) or from French quintupler (v.). Related: Quintupled; quintupling.