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DOUBLE. Twofold; as, double cost; double insurance; double plea.

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Double-dutch consists of two girls turning two ropes and performing dance steps.
A CASE of double-Dutch has led to a college appealing for families to play host to a group of 40 students from Holland.
MARC Overmars plundered a hat-trick as Arsenal humiliated Middlesbrough with a double-Dutch rampage at Highbury.
Using the metaphor of double-dutch jump rope, a way of jumping with two ropes, the author intertwines oral histories with fictional women healers portrayed in Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye, Song of Solomon, and Beloved, Gloria Naylor's Mama Day, Sherley Anne Williams's Dessa Rose and other literary works in order to "re-create a polyphonic range of black women's voices" (4) and to highlight the "need for more culturally grounded frameworks for the reading and teaching of African American Literature" (2).