And no matter what the doubters say, double down on bipartisanship.
Now, it seems, the prime minister is willing to double down on the same method.
Faced with the loss of middle class voters, the administration seems determined to double down on its current coalition.
One recognizes the folly of supply side; the other wants to double down on supply side.
Unfortunately, the Obama administration seems determined to double down on the same flawed approach to federal education policy.
I felt I was producing a bad impression, but with my double down there it was most trying to be on deck.
He will turn a double down through the stoutest grass, and when the hay is raked away you will not find a spear left standing.
As puss went away from the gorse, or raced down the turnip-rigg, I took in every twist and double down to the minutest detail.
Five minutes later Tarleton, with a third of the men, went off at the double down the path.
Then the column proceeded at the double down the slope that led to the Étang-des-Moines.
late 13c., "make double," from Old French dobler, from Latin duplare, from duplus (see double (adj.)). Meaning "to work as, in addition to one's regular job" is c.1920, circus slang, from performers who also played in the band. Related: Doubled; doubling. To double up bodily is from 1814.
A blow on the stomach "doubles up" the boxer, and occasions that gasping and crowing which sufficiently indicate the cause of the injury .... [Donald Walker, "Defensive Exercises," 1840]
mid-14c., "amount twice as great," also "duplicate copy," from double (adj.).