Similar words: multiple, multiply, multiparty, multicultural, multitude, multilingual, allied, discipline. Meaning: ['mʌtɪplaɪ] adj. greatly increased as by multiplication.

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1. Such disputes

*multiplied*in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.2. Our problems have

*multiplied*since last year.3. Four

*multiplied*by five is twenty.4. Just imagine all the problems we've been having,

*multiplied*a thousandfold.5. Her husband

*multiplied*his demands on her time.6. The fraction was then

*multiplied*by 100 and rounded to the nearest half or whole number.7. The amount of information available has

*multiplied*.8. His experience was

*multiplied*as the years passed.9. Hot weather

*multiplied*the bacteria in milk rapidly.10. The bad weather

*multiplied*the danger of their exploration.11. Spending on military equipment has

*multiplied*in the last five years.12. The costs have been

*multiplied*up many times.13. George's chances of success

*multiplied*.14. The examples could be

*multiplied*, although it is fair to say that most modern writers are more cautious.16. These

*multiplied*especially along the routes and inland waterways of the region.17. The boiler costs are not

*multiplied*by a derating factor to avoid overestimating the conversion savings associated with derating.18. Computers have

*multiplied*the possibilities open to the artist.19. The illustrations can, of course, be

*multiplied*, but it is important to bear in mind that such cases are exceptional.19. Sentencedict.com is a online sentence dictionary, on which you can find good sentences for a large number of words.

20. We also

*multiplied*average scores by ten to eliminate decimal points, and turn them into percentages.21. The number of settlements

*multiplied*enormously.22. Those will be

*multiplied*if the deal is called in for investigation by the other authorities.23. Cells can contain words, numbers or formulae which can be added,

*multiplied*, etc.24. Sixty years later Camberwell was a metropolitan borough whose population had

*multiplied*more than six fold to 259,339.25. If the songbird population has thinned, the boats in the cove have

*multiplied*.26. The numbers of damaging insect species resistant to pesticide have

*multiplied*from 160 to 450 since 1960.27. The theorem states that the posterior probability is proportional to the prior probability

*multiplied*by the likelihood.28. The volume of a sphere is equal to twice the square of its radius,

*multiplied*by pi.29. To calculate the effect of an indirect causal path, the values of adjacent paths are

*multiplied*.30. An error does not become truth by reason of

*multiplied*propagation, nor does truth become error because nobody sees it. Mahatma GandhiMore similar words: multiple, multiply, multiparty, multicultural, multitude, multilingual, allied, discipline, lie down, supplier, stultify, exulting, ultimate, result in, resulting, ultimatum, cultivated, ultimately, penultimate, tumultuous, simultaneously, tip, tip-top, triplex, antipathy, stipulate, disciple, principle, diplomat, principles.