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Definition of Triplicate

  • Made thrice as much; threefold; tripled.
  • A third thing corresponding to two others of the same kind.
  • one of three copies; any of three things that correspond to one another exactly
  • reproduce threefold

How to use triplicate in a sentence. Triplicate pronunciation.

With a view, however, of securing this right more permanently, I busied myself with drawing up triplicates of the deeds of the land I had purchased, and in delivering over to the natives more property.
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But it is not so, as I already observed, with the _forms_ or _powers_ of a language, that is, with the various inflections, moods, duplicate or triplicate formation of tenses; which the speakers of a language come gradually to perceive that they can do without, and therefore cease to employ; seeking to suppress grammatical intricacies, and to obtain grammatical simplicity and so far as possible a pervading uniformity, sometimes even at the hazard of letting go what had real worth, and contributed to the more lively, if not to the clearer, setting forth of the inner thought or feeling of the mind.
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Smoothly it swings, with a triplicate beat; Calling, replying, yearning, beguiling, Wooing the heart and bewitching the feet.
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The papers were written in triplicate, and carefully sealed up with blue wax.
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The matter in controversy was an alleged will executed in triplicate by one Thomas J. Monroe.
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It was for the main purpose of determining the methods of their make-up that Judge Ransom rendered the opinion and made the order for its chemical examination which is cited in full: Estate of Thomas J. Monroe.-"This is an application by the special guardian and contestant in this proceeding, which is now pending before the assistant, for leave to photograph the various papers which have been filed as the will of the deceased, and to compel the filing of two parts of one of said wills, which was executed in triplicate; likewise that the last paper be subjected to chemical tests for the purpose of disclosing the nature of the composition of the ink and the process or processes to which it has been subjected.
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Thus, as an average of triplicate tests each year, the addition of potassium to such land on the University of Illinois experiment field near Manito, Mason county, increased the yield by 20.7 bushels more corn to the acre in 1902, by 23.5 in 1903, by 29 in 1904 and by 36.8 in 1905; and the proceedings of the midsummer session of the Illinois State Farmers' Institute for 1911 report that the use of $22,500 in potassium salts on the peaty swamp lands in the neighborhood of Tampico, Whiteside county, increased the value of the corn crop in 1910 by $210,000, the average increase for potassium being about 30 bushels of corn to the acre.
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This dispatch was sent in triplicate, by different messengers.
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Delivered without warning, it should have succeeded-except that every rocketport had its secret duplicate and triplicate.
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Associated Words: thrice, treble, trialogue, triarchy, triplicate, triplication, triplicity, trinal, triarchy, tripartition, tripod, triptych, trisect, trisection, trireme, triumvirate, trilogy, triform, triformity, trilling, trilemma.
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A triplicate of Moorish rings will enable us to understand their peculiarities.
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Examples of Triplicate

Example #1
This was done on the banks of the lovely little creek which I have named Batman's Creek, as a memento of the novel and interesting transaction occurring on its banks.
Example #2
After the purchase and payment at the conclusion of the preliminaries, I had made preparation for departing, when two of the principal chiefs approached, and laid their royal mantles at my feet, begging my acceptance of them.
Example #3
Here there is only loss, with no compensating gain; or, at all events, diminution only, and never addition.
Example #4
Of these, indeed, if a language, as it travels onwards, loses some, it also acquires others, and probably many more than it loses; they are leaves on the tree of language, of which if some fall away, a new succession takes their place.
Example #5
Every drop of blood Rises with the flood, Rocking on the waves of the strain; Youth and beauty glide Turning with the tide- Music making one out of twain, Bearing them away, and away, and away, Like a tone and its terce- Till the chord dissolves, and the dancers stay, And reverse.
Example #6
Now let the sleep-tune blend with the play-tune, Weaving the mystical spell of the dance; Lighten the deep tune, soften the gay tune, Mingle a tempo that turns in a trance.