decuple

[ dek-yoo-puh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF decuple

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The decuple indication of general heads arose rather from comparison of propositions and induction therefrom.

His decuple partition of Entia or Enunciata is founded entirely upon a logical principle.

Therefore the whole uea, is the quintuple of the same ea: And the whole periphery is decuple unto it.

WORD ORIGIN

1610s, from French décuple (late 15c.), from Latin decuplus "tenfold," from decem- "ten" (see ten) + -plus (see plus).

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ten

adjectivehaving ten of something
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