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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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Women who were underweight and maintained their weight had a twofold increase in death (hazard ratio, 2.
In an interview, he said: "I had a small investment in Twofold, following guidance from my professional advisers.
Under the agreement, the volume of passenger flights between the countries will be increased by the equivalent of 92 270-seater flights per week from the current 450 flights, and a twofold increase in cargo traffic from 76 flights at present will take place.
Subak said, noting that African American women paid 80% more than white women, those with moderate and severe incontinence paid twofold more than those with mild incontinence, and those with urge incontinence paid 50% more than those with stress incontinence.
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.
The ratio between pre- and post-activity measurements illustrated the impact of each activity on participants' blood and exhaled breath THM concentrations; twofold or greater deviation from baseline was established as meaningful.
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.
Linden's lyrics have the twofold blessing of an awareness of self and an awareness of God.
Munich Re also reports that after correcting for increased population, wealth and inflation, economic losses due to natural disasters increased twofold from 1970 to 2000.
Taglined "Reporting Censored News and Perspectives," the Australia-based Full Disclosure has a twofold purpose: "to publicize substantive news that is under-covered or unreported in the mainstream media, and to expose the suppression, censorship and misrepresentation of dissenting views.
In efforts to resist racism, many black performers "employed a twofold strategy in countering white claims of black authenticity: reinscription and reversal.