Definition of Quadruples

1. Verb. (third-person singular of quadruple) ¹



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Definition of Quadruples

1. quadruple [v] - See also: quadruple

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quadruples

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quadruple amputation
quadruple bluff
quadruple double
quadruple rhythm
quadruple scull
quadruple star
quadruple star system
quadruple star systems
quadruple stars
quadruple thread
quadruple time
quadruple witching
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quadrupleness
quadruples (current term)
quadruplet
quadruplets
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quadruplicities
quadruplicity

Literary usage of Quadruples

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1. Common-place Book by Robert Southey, John Wood Warter (1850)
"He made a book concerning homonymous sainte, and there were 855, all having their doubles, trebles, quadruples or more : so had saints swarmed in those days ..."

2. The Marine Steam Engine: Its Construction, Action and Management. A Manual by Carl Busley (1902)
"The firm of CRAMP & SONS of Philadelphia adopted two four- cramp's c-ank quadruples in their new fast steamer "St. Louis1' of the American Line, ..."

3. Evenings with Prince Cambacérès, Second Consul, Arch-chancellor of the by Étienne Léon Lamothe-Langon (1838)
"... female sleep-walker—A physician—M. Mialhe—Human pride—The island of St. Louis and the gambling house, an anecdote—The two quadruples, an anecdote. ..."

4. Evenings with Prince Cambacérès, Second Consul, Arch-chancellor of the by Étienne Léon Lamothe-Langon (1837)
"... female sleep-walker—A physician—M. Mialhe—Human pride—The island of St. Louis and the gambling house, an anecdote—The two quadruples, an anecdote. ..."

5. America and the American Church by Henry Caswall (1839)
"The Church quadruples its numbers in twenty-four years.—Missionary Society established.—Alexandria Seminary, Kenyon College, and Kentucky Seminary ..."

6. The Quadruplex by William Maver, Minor M. Davis (1884)
"By the adoption of any of the duplex systems, this method can be converted into the quadruples system. Mr. Gerritt Smith was the inventor of this ingenious ..."

7. The Marine Steam Engine, Its Construction, Action and Management: A Manual by Karl Busley (1902)
"This latter point is of importance because when boilers have to be renewed, old compounds can be so simply converted into quadruples. ..."

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