Definition of Manyfold

1. Adverb. By many times. ¹



2. Adjective. (dated) many ¹

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Definition of Manyfold

1. by many times [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Manyfold

many a(a)
many a mickle makes a muckle
many a time and oft
many an
many an(a)
many another(a)
many hands make light work
many happy returns
many more(a)
many thanks
manyata
manyatas
manyatta
manyattas
manycore
manyfold (current term)
manyness
manyogana
manyplies
manzamine
manzamines
manzanilla
manzanillas
manzanita
manzanitas
manzello
manzellos
manzil
manzils
manœuverability

Literary usage of Manyfold

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1. History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Staffordshire and the City and County by William White (1834)
"... seated on an eminence, bounded on the east hv the Dove, and on the west by the manyfold, and distant 10 mile» NE of Leek. The market, held every Tuesday ..."

2. Peak Scenery; Or, The Derbyshire Tourist by Ebenezer Rhodes (1824)
"The river manyfold formerly flowed beneath the amphitheatrical sweep of wood that forms ... Cannot the stream of the manyfold, where it first commences its ..."

3. Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of English Usage by Inc. Merriam-Webster (1994)
"which in this book are covered at SEXISM 1. manifold, manyfold The adjective having such senses as “various” and “many” is spelled manifold: all are part of ..."

4. Parts of the body in older Germanic and Scandinavian by Torild Washington Arnoldson (1915)
"manyfold 133:10. ... the third stomach of ruminants, lit. manyfold. Compare for mg. ... omasum, lit. manyfold. Curly Bag 133:11. ..."

5. A Gazetteer of the World: Or, Dictionary of Geographical Knowledge, Compiled by Member of the Royal Geographical Society (1856)
"The glen of the Dove at Ham has been said to suggest recollections of some of the wondrous ravines of the Alps. The vales of manyfold, the Humps, the Tean, ..."

6. Linguistic Studies in Germanic by Chicago University Staff (1915)
"manyfold 133:10. ... the third stomach of ruminants, lit. manyfold. Compare for mg. ... omasum, lit. manyfold. Curly Bag 133:11. ..."

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