You have doubly
wronged me; first you scorned my love, and then you stole my ring, and you must bear the punishment.
These glorious confessors I met as they were just entering the pass designed for the place of their destruction, and doubly
preserved them from famine and the sword.
Robin who had long been held in secret liking was now doubly
popular since he had the King's favor.
With less power, therefore, to abuse, the federal representatives can be less tempted on one side, and will be doubly
watched on the other.
You had fought for me, but had never asked me in marriage, and so when you called me your princess, you see," she faltered, "I was hurt, but even then, John Carter, I did not repulse you, as I should have done, until you made it doubly
worse by taunting me with having won me through combat.
She hugged Geeka closer to her breast and doubly
regretted the knife that they had taken from her when she was captured by Kovudoo.
I ran to the house in Soho, and (to make assurance doubly
sure) destroyed my papers; thence I set out through the lamplit streets, in the same divided ecstasy of mind, gloating on my crime, light-headedly devising others in the future, and yet still hastening and still hearkening in my wake for the steps of the avenger.
The old gentleman had long regarded his son as one dead; John's place had been taken, the memory of his faults had already fallen to be one of those old aches, which awaken again indeed upon occasion, but which we can always vanquish by an effort of the will; and to have the long lost resuscitated in a fresh disgrace was doubly
Poor dear, I've no doubt it frets her to be kept in the dark, and it may make her doubly
anxious about me and the others.
He felt himself doubly
betrayed, by his friend and by her whom he already loved like a mistress.
Here are some lozenges which I have made up on purpose; they are compounded doubly
Bennet was doubly
engaged, on one hand collecting an account of the present fashions from Jane, who sat some way below her, and, on the other, retailing them all to the younger Lucases; and Lydia, in a voice rather louder than any other person's, was enumerating the various pleasures of the morning to anybody who would hear her.
My friend, since I killed Chatillon, adored of the ladies of Saint Germain, I am too great a celebrity not to fear a prison doubly
When at some distance from the multitude, the old man turned slowly round, displaying a face of antique majesty, rendered doubly
venerable by the hoary beard that descended on his breast.
He was doubly
guilty: first, in having robbed their good friends, the Big Hearts of the East; secondly, in having brought a doubt on the honor of the Nez Perce tribe.