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sixtyfold

adjective six·ty·fold

Definition of sixtyfold

1 : having 60 parts or aspects
2 : being 60 times as large, as great, or as many as some understood size, degree, or amount
  • a sixtyfold increase

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Origin and Etymology of sixtyfold

Middle English, from Old English sixtigfeald, from sextig sixty + -feald -fold


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sixtyfold

adverb \ " \

Definition of sixtyfold

: to 60 times as much or as many : by 60 times
  • brought forth fruit, some an hundredfold, some sixtyfold, some thirtyfold
  • —Matthew 13:8 (Authorized Version)

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