It has doubly convinced me of the excellency of your mind, and of the honour of your disposition.
Then it would be doubly hard to Mart to have had the possibility suggested.
These fiends were doubly protected by midnight and the mask.
Are they not then doubly officious in their respects and services to you?
It makes it doubly worth while, to win out and have you all so glad!
Nothing daunted, but doubly furious, she jumped up and rushed at him.
He who loves you, and would injure you, deserves to be doubly damn'd for his villany!
To Worth it was doubly grateful, because he was not an elevé of the institution.
Those are the duties, of course, of every citizen, but they are doubly the duties of those who have won success.
And, of course, my wife's just had another; and so it makes me doubly anxious just now.