Definition of tenfold
1 : being 10 times as great or as many
2 : having 10 units or members
tenfoldplay \-ˈfōld\ adverb
Examples of tenfold in a Sentence
a tenfold increase in sales
Recent Examples of tenfold from the Web
MIT spinout Open Water Power (OWP) has developed and aluminum-water power system that's safer and more durable that current drone batteries, and on top of that gives underwater drones a tenfold increase in range over traditional lithium-ion.
In the fiscal year ending in September 2016, there were 249 reported assaults at St. Clair, a more than tenfold increase from the same point six years earlier.
HAMBURG, Germany — After a delay of six years and about a tenfold increase in costs, a new classical music performance space here is preparing to open its doors.
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First Known Use of tenfold
before 12th century
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Definition of tenfold for English Language Learners
: ten times as much or as many
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