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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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- adjective become much greater in intensity or size or amount
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She received her with pleasure and gladness and seeing her in redoubled beauty and brilliancy rejoiced in her with exceeding joy, saying, “O my daughter, my heart was troubled about thee and in my uneasiness I offended against this my sister the Koranist with a speech that wounded her.”
Queen Anne of Austria always called him “cul pourri” (sore bottom), which nickname redoubled his bile, and possibly cost Marshal Marillac his life, and Marshal Bassompierre his liberty; but I cannot discover why certain persons should be greater liars than others.
The horn calls redoubled, and the Mirror Lancers charged.
The Chaos Balance Modesitt, L. E. 1997
When everybody is talking about how much money they have been making in the market, and how this Internet stock doubled and then redoubled, that is when people move in the market.
Local Government (DPLG), Tozi Faba, said efforts to draw attention to neglected disasters should be "redoubled".
What it has done is also create this kind of redoubled sense of commitment and a sense of mission on the part of both.
Background Briefing On Visit Of Israel Pm Peres ITY National Archives 1995
Carney says banking reform efforts must be 'redoubled'
Americans that Saddam had "redoubled" his efforts to turn Iraq into a nuclear power after the
WHAT REALLY HAPPENED 2010
Gauteng community safety MEC Khabisi Mosunkutu has ordered tough measures against Putco to be "redoubled" following another accident that has left four people dead.
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We've always been careful monitors of what's ahead of us but we've kind of redoubled our efforts looking to see if those trends were to change.
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