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After a quadruple lynching in 1946, The Washington Post published an op-ed describing Monroe as “lynchtown.”

Second, the pace of vaccinations has continued to climb steadily over the past few weeks, quadrupling the number of shots a day in a month’s time.

From Vox

Robinhood continues to come under pressure from power users and politicians, but its investors are doubling, tripling and maybe even quadrupling down.

From Axios

Danish officials say that as a result, daily coronavirus cases there could quadruple by the beginning of April.

Since October, the total number of Covid-19 cases and deaths has roughly quadrupled, according to Johns Hopkins University data.

From Time

In these European elections, Le Pen is set to quadruple the National Front's 2009 showing.

The horrific quadruple homicide shocked the sleepy Southern town.

Hence Reality Hunger, which attempted “to put ‘reality’ within quadruple quotation marks.”

Investigators now believe that the lone bicyclist was a primary target in the quadruple homicide rocking Europe.

She arrived at the convention wearing a quadruple strand of pearls and significant diamond studs.

Having no more internal squabbles to fear, it will present a formidable quadruple breast to the outer world.

An English farmer would instantaneously double or quadruple the produce of the province.

There was a quadruple row of vehicles on three sides of the arbor, the fourth being, at considerable pains, left open for passage.

A quadruple alliance, then, between the two imperial courts and France and Spain was impossible.

Then suddenly Michael began to hate Dora and the quadruple intrigue was broken up.


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On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to quadruple, such as: quadruplicate, quaternary, tetrad, quadrigeminal, quadripartite, and quadrivial.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.