from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Having treble, or high-pitched, qualities.
- adv. Three times, thrice (archaic)
- adv. To three times the extent or degree; triply.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a treble manner; with a threefold number or quantity; triply.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a treble manner; in a threefold number or quantity; triply: as, a good deed trebly recompensed.
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As his name trebly asserts, Marco is also a born traveler, someone who has to find his place in the world rather than inherit it.
My G&L suddenly sounded like a ES335, with all the bass turned up, and no treble at all, even after I used my 'trebly' RP6 unit.
The vibrant colours from Mexico, the trebly resonance of the commentary beamed for the first time via satellite and Brazil's stylishly sadistic attacking football whose scintillating use of speed, grace and space exhausted then annihilated most of their opponents and gave it a lustre.
He played a Fender Mustang guitar, which is real trebly.
The primitive recording is trebly and sharp to the ears, but the vigor of the performance is what you really hear.
In 1971, Mays referred to expanding an endowment as the "eternal labor for all colleges and for colleges serving Negroes it is trebly hard."
When aerosols like Eric Pickles get trebly privileged - all their expenses tax free, home to work travel and a second home allowance, that's what makes even cynics like me, who've seen most abuses, see red.
Both tracks sounded very, very bright (trebly), and not in a good way.
Whatever your reaction to that premise, they've started terrifically well: this fast, trebly pop has infectious summertime appeal.
Often just sloppy live, tonight there's a taut force about their trebly racket and a surprising surfeit of light and shade to their sound: they shift from the din of Horrorshow to the sweetly affecting Music When The Lights Go Out.