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(1) Be doubly careful when driving in fog.
(2) Time spent in vice or folly is doubly lost.
(3) They were doubly confident after this that he would win.
(4) He is doubly troubled, by illness and poverty.
(5) In pregnancy a high fibre diet is doubly important.
(6) You must be doubly careful.
(7) She is doubly gifted: as a writer and as an artist.
(8) I made doubly sure I locked all the doors when I went out.
(9) You are doubly mistaken.
(10) To make doubly sure they would not be disturbed she turned the key in the lock.
(11) I was doubly attracted to the house-by its size and its location.
(12) Here too, the doubly forbidden relationship had its penalties.
(13) Fitting wheel locks or clamps can make doubly sure.
(14) It would be a doubly beneficial act.
(15) Oh(Sentencedict.com), how doubly difficult it was for them both.
(16) And Clint Schneider had become doubly incontinent.
(17) If excellence is unrecognised, the culture is doubly impoverished.
(18) It's made doubly difficult because of her blindness.
(19) So it was doubly doleful to me.
(20) It was plain that she must work doubly hard.
(21) The rate increase is doubly painful for societies with large loss-making estate agency chains.
(22) For Nicholson, success in this quarter is doubly gratifying - displaying his ability to attract women by means other than looks.
(23) Bill Cosby once said he was doubly proud of his son because of the obstacles he had overcome.
(24) When reflected from a rough surface, singly and doubly reflected waves intermingle, and the signal is depolarized.
(25) The new tax and the drop in house values make homeowners feel doubly penalised. Sentencedict.com
(26) Part - time workers, the majority of whom are women, are doubly disadvantaged.
(27) Her disability made taking care of the home and raising a family doubly difficult.
(28) For any woman seeking power in the public arena, these questions would be unavoidable, doubly so for a feminist.
(29) But it's the right that has led this bitter crusade to doubly punish criminals.
(30) The industrial relations consequences associated with the reform of state enterprises are therefore doubly ambiguous.
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