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Synonyms for twofold

composed of two parts or things

twice as much or as large

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Synonyms for twofold

having more than one decidedly dissimilar aspects or qualities

twice as great or many

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by a factor of two

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The birds were all at roost, the daisies on the green had closed their fairy hoods, the honeysuckle twining round the porch exhaled its perfume in a twofold degree, as though it lost its coyness at that silent time and loved to shed its fragrance on the night; the ivy scarcely stirred its deep green leaves.
Having eased his mind by this discovery; and having accomplished his twofold object of imparting to the girl what he had, that night, heard, and of ascertaining, with his own eyes, that Sikes had not returned, Mr.
The breath of the young, unwearied day, the delicious rhythmic dip of the oars, the fragmentary song of a passing bird heard now and then, as if it were only the overflowing of brimful gladness, the sweet solitude of a twofold consciousness that was mingled into one by that grave, untiring gaze which need not be averted,--what else could there be in their minds for the first hour?
Vodafone has also disclosed that it will increase the data allowance for its subscribers by twofold with the roll out of its Double Data deal across its customer segment.
The 32-year-old was criticised last week after it was revealed he was using a scheme named Twofold First Services, reportedlyownedbyacompany based in the Cayman Islands.
Wiggins - tipped to win this year's BBC Sports Personality of the Year - made the announcement after the scheme, run from the Cayman Islands by Twofold First Services, was blasted as "abusive" by the Treasury.
In a statement issued here on Sunday, he said that the government has announced to conduct twofold entry test for taking admission in medical colleges, one for FSC students and another for A-level students which caused trouble for parents.
The basis of the recommendation is twofold -- to protect public health, especially children, and to eliminate cigarette litter,'' Gould said.
Japan and China agreed Thursday to boost air traffic between the two countries, giving them the green light to go forward with an about 20 percent increase in the volume of passenger flights and a twofold increase in the volume of cargo flights, Japanese government officials said.
African American women were willing to pay fivefold more than white women for symptom improvement, Hispanic women were willing to pay twofold more than white women, and those in the upper household income quartile were willing to pay twofold more than those in other income categories.
British author Max Hastings had a twofold purpose in analyzing and describing the final months of savage fighting: most popular histories tend to downplay the Russian contribution to the final victory; and--most disturbingly--new generations of German youth were growing in almost total ignorance of the events that fundamentally shaped the world that they lived in.
Wide differences, up to a twofold difference, in the type of health service used for mental health reasons are found among the provinces, according to a report in the Canadian Journal of Psychiatry (Oct.
The engaging Honolulu-born artist's aim was twofold.
A strong family history of heart disease can increase an individual's future risk for coronary heart disease fourfold, and even a moderate family history can lead to a twofold increase in risk, a population-based study has shown.
The benefit of this type of structure can be twofold, said Daniels.