undouble

(redirected from undoubled)

un·dou·ble

 (ŭn-dŭb′əl)
tr.v. un·dou·bled, un·dou·bling, un·dou·bles
To unfold, as a piece of paper money.

undouble

(ʌnˈdʌbəl)
vb (tr)
to stretch out or unfold
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In connection with the undoubled fact that over much of the belt 200 miles in width along the east side of the Rockies, one summer differs from another quite as little as in the lake region of Ontario, and with the reasonable conclusions that owing to topographical configuration there are probably many localities in this belt with sufficient rainfall and not liable to killing summer frosts.
The Supreme Court's decision was based in part on its desire to prevent a defendant from benefitting from the "fortuitous" fact that another party paid a settlement to the government and from being able to avoid the act's double (now treble) damages provisions simply "by tendering the amount of the undoubled damages at any time prior to judgment.
The first clue is the number of lines assigned to undoubled characters.
Travel to London on Easter Bank Holiday Monday, April 1, for Lerner & Loewe's undoubled musical masterpiece My Fair Lady at Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London.
If Hitler were to say "Heil myself," he would deflate the image of the Fuhrer and render himself an undoubled self, an ordinary man--what he absolutely cannot be if he is to oversee the propaganda and propagation of Nazism.
The cast romped enthusiastically through an x-rated script which left no entendre undoubled, to the raucous appreciation of the predominantly female crowd.
But in large churches this kind of undoubled set-up cannot be of any use at all, far less be called impressive.
Had the core lyrics (thirteen undoubled lines) linked up in one single text or destiny chain, as in the quote above, (13) a crystal story (pure narrative impetus, no psychology, no enquiry into complexity of causation, as Calvino said he liked his stories to be, Pin's tale included) (14) would have been born out of the truculent subject-matter.