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triply

[trip-lee] /ˈtrɪp li/
adverb
1.
to a triple number, measure, or degree.
2.
in a triple manner; threefold.
Origin
1650-1660
1650-60; triple + -ly
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Examples from the web for triply
  • Each system is triply or quadruply redundant, he adds, and there can't be more than one failure per million hours of operation.
  • Dominique was all three daughters in one to us, triply loved.
  • Most of the lateral branches on both stems are doubly or triply branched.

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