hundredfold

[huhn-drid-fohld]
adjective
1.
a hundred times as great or as much.
2.
comprising a hundred parts or members.
adverb
3.
in a hundredfold measure.

Origin:
1125–75; Middle English hundredfald. See hundred, -fold

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hundredfold

adverb
by a factor of one hundred; "they money increased a hundredfold" 
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Example sentences
The beak exhibited an overall stiffness gradient that differs a hundredfold
  from beak tip to base.
During the day the liver manufactures relatively low levels of the protein, but
  at night it ramps up its production a hundredfold.
According to the computer model, this design could increase wind farm
  efficiency a hundredfold.
Relative to drugs, these are bulky and low value, and neither face anything
  remotely corresponding to a hundredfold mark-up.
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