- a unit of stage scenery consisting of two flats hinged together.
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Examples from the Web for two-fold
The objects then, to be aimed at in the general arrangements of schools, are two-fold.The Teacher
Passion and self-assertion were at one; my conquest would be two-fold.The King's Mirror
These movements were designed to accomplish a two-fold object.
The objections to such a wide range of the League are two-fold.The League of Nations and its Problems
These disappointing experiences had a two-fold effect on the school.The Choctaw Freedmen
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