dual

[ doo-uh l, dyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF dual
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His was the case of a dual personality of conflicting inheritance.

The cell was a dual cave, dug into the hillside, and in it Hilary had been buried.

But because of the dual constitution of things, in labor as in life there can be no cheating.

There was no more boost and he longed for the dual supercharger.

These movements may be taken also with dual and with quadruple rhythm.

Because of this his few friends who were aware of his dual personality were puzzled.

The fact of the man's dual consciousness or multi-personality is here apparent.

The phenomenon of a dual body haunted the imagination of poor Shelley.

The dual control was in effect, as dual controls often are, a practical anarchy.

This explains the dual personality about which Wilbur and I had an argument the other day.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1600, from Latin dualis, from duo "two" (see two). Related: Dually.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DUAL

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adjectivedouble
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