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See definition of duple on Dictionary.com
  • as indouble
  • as indual
  • as induplicate
  • as intwofold

synonyms for duple

  • dual
  • binary
  • coupled
  • duplex
  • duplicate
  • duplicated
  • geminate
  • paired
  • repeated
  • second
  • twice
  • twin
  • as much again
  • bifold
  • binate
  • dualistic
  • two times
  • twofold

antonyms for duple

MOST RELEVANT
  • singular
  • single
    • different
    • dissimilar
    • mismatched
    • unequal
    • unlike
    • variable
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      How to use duple in a sentence

      My e-comm startup relies 100% on SEO traffic, and three years ago we were delisted from Google because we didn’t understand about duple content.
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      The Pavan has been mentioned before, as the dance in Duple time which preceded the Galliard which was in a triple rhythm.
      SHAKESPEARE AND MUSICEDWARD W. NAYLOR
      Duple time did not come into general use until the beginning of the fourteenth century.
      CRITICAL & HISTORICAL ESSAYSEDWARD MACDOWELL
      Duple (sometimes called even measure, or even time), in which there are two beats, the first one being accented.
      MUSIC NOTATION AND TERMINOLOGYKARL W. GEHRKENS
      The principal compound measures are four-beat and six-beat, both being referred to as compound-duple measures.
      MUSIC NOTATION AND TERMINOLOGYKARL W. GEHRKENS
      In rapid tempi this is always taken as compound duple measure, a dotted quarter note having a beat.
      MUSIC NOTATION AND TERMINOLOGYKARL W. GEHRKENS
      In the latter part of the song there are a number of changes between duple and triple rhythm.
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      He recognizes two kinds of measure—triple or perfect, and duple or imperfect.
      A POPULAR HISTORY OF THE ART OF MUSICW. S. B. MATHEWS
      The general rhythm of the whole sonnet of which these two lines are the beginning is plainly duple rising, or iambic.
      THE PRINCIPLES OF ENGLISH VERSIFICATIONPAULL FRANKLIN BAUM
      This, of course, means duple time only, and Bysshe recognizes no other.
      THE ART OF ENGLISH POETRY (1708)EDWARD BYSSHE
      SYNONYM OF THE DAY
      OCTOBER 26, 1985
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      capacitor

      WORDS RELATED TO DUPLE

      • as much again
      • bifold
      • binary
      • binate
      • coupled
      • dual
      • dualistic
      • duple
      • duplex
      • duplicate
      • duplicated
      • geminate
      • paired
      • repeated
      • second
      • twice
      • twin
      • two times
      • twofold
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