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  • v. Present participle of undouble.

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Examples

  • Then you double up the paper in the way that will cause all possible difficulty in undoubling and hurl it with what force you have against the front door.

    Lifted Masks; stories

  • "Haven't I, signorino?" cried Gaspare, undoubling himself, pointing to his middleman, and staring hard at Maurice.

    The Call of the Blood

  • When she had done she sprang to her feet with a curious multifold undoubling motion by reason of her great height and lack of practice with it, and I lumbered heavily to mine, and she asked me again with a sharpness that seemed almost venomous, so charged with curiosity it was, though she had just expressed her approbation of me:

    The Heart's Highway: A Romance of Virginia in the Seventeenth Century

  • Boyd had begun to pace the room, doubling and undoubling his nervous fingers.

    The Hidden Children

  • When she had done she sprang to her feet with a curious multifold undoubling motion by reason of her great height and lack of practice with it, and I lumbered heavily to mine, and she asked me again with

    The Heart's Highway

  • At that some of them said "_Tyma_," and others "_Negga-mai_," with a shake of their heads; but when Raed pointed to both the iron and the flannel, undoubling it as he did so, they all cried "_Tyma! _" and one of them (the owner of the _kayak_, as it proved) came forward to take the things.

    Left on Labrador or, The cruise of the Schooner-yacht 'Curlew.' as Recorded by 'Wash.'

  • He was loudly roaring with laughter, doubling and undoubling himself in exaggerated mirth.

    Chatterbox, 1906

  • Bourgnon laments the undoubling which disfigured the work of God, producing monsters incapable of independent self-reproduction like the vegetable kingdom.

    Arabian nights. English

  • See L’Anandryne in Mirabeau’s Erotika Biblion, where Antoinette Bourgnon laments the undoubling which disfigured the work of God, producing monsters incapable of independent self-reproduction like the vegetable kingdom.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • "I ain't seen no better place for cookin 'than this," said Jim Hart, undoubling himself, "an 'I like the looks o' the country round here pow'ful well.

    The Forest Runners A Story of the Great War Trail in Early Kentucky

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