multiply[ muhl-tuh-plahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF multiply
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MULTIPLY
Obstacles will only increase his eagerness and multiply his artifices.
If you are wise and old and gray in woods experience, you will multiply that length by four.
On the contrary, the fit should be urged to multiply as much as possible.
It is more easy to mention the types which should not be allowed to multiply than those which should.
I'm about to tell you how you can multiply yours considerable.
They cling on, they multiply, they live in spite of everything.
The diseases of a State are like the heads of a hydra; they multiply when they are cut off.
So do you multiply your presence, or spread yourself throughout your estate.
When mankind began to multiply, many other cities were built in similar situations.
Not only can these creatures multiply in this fashion, but they can multiply by buds.