severalfold

sev·er·al·fold

 (sĕv′ər-əl-fōld′, sĕv′rəl-)
adj.
1. Having several parts or members.
2. Being several times as much or as many.

sev′er·al·fold′ adv.
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severalfold

(ˈsɛvrəlˌfəʊld)
adj
1. having several parts
2. several times as large as, as great as, or as many as something
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sev•er•al•fold

(ˈsɛv ər əlˌfoʊld, ˈsɛv rəl-)

adj.
1. comprising several parts or members.
2. several times as great or as much: a severalfold increase.
adv.
3. in severalfold measure.
[1730–40]
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