triply

[trip-lee]
adverb
1.
to a triple number, measure, or degree.
2.
in a triple manner; threefold.

Origin:
1650–60; triple + -ly

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triple (ˈtrɪpəl)
 
adj
1.  consisting of three parts; threefold
2.  (of musical time or rhythm) having three beats in each bar
3.  three times as great or as much
 
n
4.  a threefold amount
5.  a group of three
 
vb
6.  to increase or become increased threefold; treble
 
[C16: from Latin triplus]
 
'triply
 
adv

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Example sentences
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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