Related formstwo·fold·ness, noun
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His reasoning was twofold, he said: He saw the effects of tobacco both on his father and on the developing world.
The intelligence of this act was twofold: it requires an insane level of Madonna knowledge, and it also won't get you arrested.An Analysis of Vitalii Sediuk’s Pranks (He’s the Guy Who Touched Brad Pitt)|Amy Zimmerman|May 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The arguments offered outside of those put forth by the NCAA in favor of the current system are twofold.
The human tragedy of the natural disaster in this particular part of Italy is twofold.The Italian Town Devastated by an Earthquake Last Week Is Struck a Second Time|Barbie Latza Nadeau|May 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The function of many of these trial-preparation experts is twofold.Conrad Murray Gets Maximum as Judge Blasts His ‘Reckless’ Conduct|Diane Dimond|November 30, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Imported into Greece, these notions and their cult had a twofold development.Demonology and Devil-lore|Moncure Daniel Conway
The ordeal to which the wife was to be subjected was twofold.The Expositor's Bible:The Book of Numbers|Robert A. Watson
These demonstrations were made for the twofold object of harassing the enemy and compelling him to disclose his dispositions.The 28th: A Record of War Service in the Australian Imperial Force, 1915-19, Vol. I|Herbert Brayley Collett
This refers to a twofold mode of pronouncing the Palatal and Lingual consonants, whether plain or aspirated.Elements of Gaelic Grammar|Alexander Stewart
"I am glad to be here in a twofold sense, Mr. Bradford," returned Mr. Cushman.A Pilgrim Maid|Marion Ames Taggart