adverb[often as submodifier]
- 1To twice the normal extent or degree; especially: we’re going to have to work doubly hardMore example sentences
- Her daughter recently made her a grandmother, making the income from the packing job doubly important at the time.
- Searcy, 30, also is in negotiations with the team on a new contract, making the 2000 season doubly important for him.
- For Mozambique, a country with a wafer-thin economy, the disaster is doubly cruel.
- 1.1Two times or in two ways: doubly mutant cellsMore example sentences
- Our second goal was to measure interference by assaying the number of doubly recombinant chromosomes.
- The calculation of the tunneling probability can be carried out by considering a doubly stochastic process.
- They are usually suffering from some form of dementia, have had strokes, heart attacks, or are doubly incontinent.