That meant both piles of manganese that lay on the gallery next the crane were to be shoveled in—double time for us, in the heat.
After that it's twenty-three, forty-six, double time for yours.
It was the famous "Legion's breakfast," the lung-training of "double time."
Salutes are not rendered when marching in double time or at the trot or gallop.
The length of the full step in double time is 36 inches; the cadence is at the rate of 180 steps per minute.
Ten Eyck scooped Alice off the floor and danced in double time.
Any movement not specially excepted may be executed in double time.
Give them "double time" for twenty steps twice during the march.
By a dashing charge on double time they passed it under exulting hurrahs and most gallant work, and gained the west bank.
“Forward, double time; march,” and Captain Sever was off with his company—superb fighting machine—for the line of battle.