Examples of fourfold in a Sentence
There has been a fourfold increase in membership this year.
Recent Examples of fourfold from the Web
The coroner also noted a fourfold increase in overdose deaths that tested positive for methamphetamine, although fentanyl was noted in these deaths, as well, Mannix said.
Atlantic Firearms, an online distributor and retailer, had a fourfold increase in sales, phone calls and emails inquiries after the deadly shooting at a Florida high school last month, as is typical after such tragedies.
In Europe, there were more than 21,000 cases of measles and 35 deaths last year, a fourfold increase in cases compared to the previous year.
Between 1984 and 2012, kidney stones diagnoses increased more than fourfold among women and twofold among men, according to the study published Monday in the Journal Mayo Clinic Proceedings and reported on by CNN .
The number of suicide bombs detonated in Nigeria, most strapped to children, has seen a fourfold increase from the previous year.
The past three years have seen a fourfold increase in hepatitis C and a slight uptick in HIV related to injection drug use.
The projection for this year is 11,348 samples of meth submitted – a fourfold rise over the past four years.
The company’s 2016 revenue in the U.K. jumped nearly fourfold to £842 million ($1.12 billion).
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Origin and Etymology of fourfold
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of fourfold for English Language Learners
: four times as great or as many
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