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tenfold

1. equal to or having 10 times as many or as much
2. composed of 10 parts
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My interest in her increased tenfold. Only a woman who had been accustomed to suffer, who had been broken and disciplined to self-restraint, could have endured the moral martyrdom inflicted on her as this woman endured it, from the beginning of the evening to the end.
Some way down from where he had left him the unfortunate Peter was stamping and raving tenfold worse than before.
Lawrence would probably reveal the whole truth, and thereby bring me to tenfold disgrace - unless I were villain enough, presuming on the absence of witnesses, to persist in my own version of the case, and make him out a still greater scoundrel than he was.
On hearing it, he felt come upon him with tenfold intensity that strange feeling of loathing of someone.
"I was guided by your advice in those past days," I said, "and now, Marian, with reliance tenfold greater I will be guided by it again."
The Liberal Democrats said the figure was an almost tenfold increase in four years, up from 120 in March 2015.
The subject of the contract is the provision of consulting and tenfold specialist identity management (idm) services in connection with the tenfold product.
The prices of daily food items increase tenfold during Ramazan, and people are unable to afford the food items needed to break their fast.
Recall, intranet calls are expected to rise tenfold in cost in Tajikistan.
The Health Ministry is working on a new law that will impose longer jail terms and increase tenfold the fines against those convicted of adulterating food and beverages.
BRITAIN'S trade gap has widened nearly tenfold in the past 20 years.
After the Indian government increased compensation for accident victims tenfold, it is expected that motor insurance premiums in the nation will increase.