Definition of double dagger in English:

double dagger

Line breaks: double dag¦ger
(also double obelus, double obelisk)


  • A symbol (‡) used in printed text to introduce an annotation.
    More example sentences
    • Breaksites identified on both top and bottom strands are indicated by double daggers.
    • Companies that are in the Domestic and International categories that are also ranked in the Interactive category are marked with a double dagger (^ ^) in their Domestic and International rankings.
    • The double dagger on chromosome 6 indicates the region that is preferentially homozygous W22 in both mutant and wild-type kernels.

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