Definition of doubly
- doubly glad
- doubly frustrating
- The gentle rain was a doubly good thing because it washed the pollen off our cars.
- —Glynn Moore
Her grades and musical talent make her parents doubly proud of her.
we were doubly certain of her guilt after we read the article in the newspaper
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: much more than usual or previously : to a much higher degree than usual
: in two ways : for two reasons
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