Undoubling - definition of undoubling by The Free Dictionary
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To unfold, as a piece of paper money.
to stretch out or unfold
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But we'll be polite enough to remain quiet at the next industry conference where somebody says he expects a sizable lift in demand from the undoubling
of roommate households once the economy starts to improve.
Pierre Janet re-presented Despine's case of Estelle as 'an undoubling
[dedoublement] of personality' (Janet, 1901, p.