Double [adjective]

Definition of Double:

in a pair

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Sentence/Example of Double:

Baking also doubles as a great way to get your kids involved in making Valentine’s Day at home special—just be sure to have lots of pink, red and purple sprinkles and toppers ideas on hand, of course.

We then doubled back and followed the Yellow Diamond Trail toward the largest natural bridge at Shawnee.

That’s about double the proposed IPO valuation that Reuters reported in December, citing people familiar with the discussions.

Like many teens, she knows social media is a double-edged sword — one that seemed to become both more indispensable and more injurious during the pandemic.

On the Rocket League subreddit, one player shared a helpful tutorial for the mode that doubled as an exemplar of a perfect touchdown pass, coordinated by two teammates.

For further protection, you may want to consider “double-masking”—putting one mask over the other.

The Chiefs turned three double-digit deficits into playoff victories last season and transformed a 9-0 hole in this year’s AFC championship game into a romp over the Buffalo Bills.

They needed an extra drive because they trailed, 14-6, and could potentially double up after receiving the opening kickoff of the second half.

This wasn’t Jimmy Garoppolo, Brady’s former backup in New England, who flubbed a double-digit San Francisco lead in last year’s Super Bowl.

He hadn’t scored in double figures since the third game of the season before this stretch, but he has now done so in each of the past three games.