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Double, adv. 1) in twice the quantity, to twice the degree: “an he were d. and d. a lord,” All's II, 3, 254. “then you kill her d.” Wint. V, 3, 107. “England shall d. gild his treble guilt,” H4B IV, 5, 129. “all our service . . . done d.” Mcb. I, 6, 15. “I'll make assurance d. sure,” IV, 1, 83.
2) falsely, deceitfully: “if you should deal d. with her,” Rom. II, 4, 179 (the nurse's speech).
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