Pronunciation of Double
/dˈʌbə͡l/, /dˈʌbə‍l/, /d_ˈʌ_b_əl/

Antonyms for double:

multivalent, little, small, unequivocal, single.

Synonyms for double:

Sense 1

mummer, nip, walkover, leading lady, slot machine, rotgut, shoot up, show jumping, strong drink, advance, bubble up, racecourse, libation, triangular, toss-up, spitting image, victory, pile up, body double, Its, frappe, an, roulette, trilateral, Your, mushroom, dart, ground out, pyrrhic victory, explode, craps, firewater, spread betting, tincture, hooch, dartboard, one, the tote, tripartite, build, bulk up, augment, life-size, scratch card, moonshine, jack up, talking head, actor, gymkhana, bipartite, winning streak, furlong, liquid refreshment, mount, force up, tipster, ratchet, sprout, the usual, movie star, character actor, pint, magnify, appreciate, tallboy, dilate, flat race, hoist, beef up, actress, fold up, accumulate, plow, double-sided, inch, bet, lookalike, archery, subjection, pile on, dram, dressage, Our, determiner, two-ply, matinee idol, omnibus, starlet, the Melbourne Cup, duality, flat racing, mount up, darts, all-in-one, chaser, add to, fatten, Top out, tot, snap-on, outstrip, leading man, slug, thespian, gambling, miler, walk-on, walkaway, cup, Whose, Ye, escalate, wager, drink, alcohol, every, bull's eye, odds, bump up, saw, Tweedledum And Tweedledee, imitator, widen, nightcap, My, proliferate, megastar, Thy, fruit machine, crank up, complicated, dozen, such, white lightning, stayer, superstar, pinch-hit, ringer, top-up, slammer, creep up, dishonest, liquor, telescopic, furl, level up, sweepstakes, inflate, disproportionate, betting, dead ringer, retractable, one-armed bandit, quadripartite, Yer, mini-me, soar, Their, horseracing, ham, elevate, concertinaed, three-quarter, outrun, bunt, step up, even money, casino, biform, zoom, stack up, pachinko, tragedian, heart-throb, The, cellular, aperitif, COSTAR.

Sense 2

mirror, fourfold, increase, isometric, supersize, sauce, tipple, roll out, yawn, Double dealing, bingo, sweeps, lotto, mimic, bat, accrue, steeplechase, hike, variant, horseflesh, pump up, performer, weigh in, principal, composite, miniature, turn down, flutter, racing, lottery, rocket, unfurl, rally, racetrack, stubby, replay, across the board, approximation, player, redouble, extend, gaming, star, tumbler, version, mine, thrashing, numbers game, punch, billow, full-size, other, portrait, eye opener, raise, booze, peak, equivalent, lift, paddock.

Sense 3

climb, shot, spike, die, mime, rival, leadership, surge, coarsen, belt, blowout, ply, pop up, call, unfold, steal, romp, whitewash, rise, That, grand slam, jockey, dice, boost, certain.

Sense 4

jump, outgrow, going, lead, horse, peer, retire, hurdle, expand, expansion, up, so, balk, win, mate, tube, purse, handicap.

Sense 5

short, This, companion, counterpart, ticket, compound, equal, match, sacrifice, title, spirit, wax, tout, unit, grow, HIT.

Sense 6

measure, foul, balloon, cuff, toss, turn up, strike out.

Sense 7

swell, race, turf, wind up, pool.

Sense 8

sweep, tag, mature.

Sense 9

fly, collapse, pit, walk, record, by, fellow, stable, stake.

Sense 10


Sense 12


Sense 13

draw, catch.

Sense 14


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Other synonyms and related words:

look-alike, ply, twofold, counterpart, ambiguous, janus-faced, doubling, triple, mate, match, redouble.

all (adjective)

treble, threefold, twofold, two-fold, dual.

double (adjective)

duplicate, binary, twin, bilateral, two-sided, dyadic, dualistic, duplex, two, twinned, bifurcated, twice, dual, double-barreled, bi-form, two-faced, paired, duple, two-fold, second, double-faced.

dual (adjective)


in a pair (adjective)

duplicate, dualistic, paired, second, dual, duplex, twofold, binary, twice, twin, geminate, duple.

like (adjective)


substitute (adjective)


twofold (adjective)

duplex, binary.

twofold (adverb)


two times (adverb)


Sense 2 (noun)

increase, grow.

Sense 3 (noun)

raise, soar, add to, go up, step up, escalate.

Sense 4 (noun)

flutter, betting, odds, the tote, across the board, bet, call, even money, spread betting.

Sense 5 (noun)

ham, biform, body double, actor, heart-throb, COSTAR, character actor, leading lady, actress, lead.

Sense 7 (noun)

aperitif, alcohol, chaser, dram, cup, drink, booze, belt.

Sense 8 (noun)

composite, complicated, quadripartite, trilateral, cellular.

Sense 10 (noun)

certain, an, every, Its, mine, My, dozen, determiner.

Sense 12 (noun)

equivalent, carbon copy, match, mirror image, approximation.

Sense 13 (noun)

dartboard, dart, darts, bull's eye, archery.

Sense 15 (noun)

bat, balk, fly, ground out, foul, HIT, catch, bunt.

Sense 16 (noun)

mature, inflate, dilate, expand, swell, supersize, outgrow.

Sense 17 (noun)

dice, craps, bingo, casino, draw, fruit machine, die.

Sense 18 (noun)

romp, record, victory, win, walkover, winning streak, upset, thrashing.

Sense 19 (noun)

disproportionate, by, life-size, three-quarter, so, This, isometric, full-size.

Sense 20 (noun)

fold up, unfurl, unfold, close.

act (noun)

two-base hit, two-baser, two-bagger.

deputy (noun)

dummy, servant, ghost, helper, appointee, assignee, assistant, attorney, understudy, alternate, second, envoy, stand in, token, deputy, spokesman, figurehead, lieutenant, nominee, representative, helpmate, aide, spokeswoman, auxiliary, surrogate, mouthpiece, proxy, delegate, agent, acolyte, attendant, arm, emissary, backup, substitute.

double (noun)

duple, treble, bivalent, image, dual, stunt man, ambiguous, stunt woman, duplicate, equivocal, two-bagger, threefold, reduplicate, replicate, doubly, big, large, multiple, doubling, look-alike, repeat, double up, double over, two-baser, forked, twofold, twice, two-base hit.

double back (noun)

image, counterpart, replica, ringer, copy, facsimile, lookalike, clone, spitting image, twin, match, duplicate.

duplicate (noun)

likeness, simulacrum, carbon, copy, parody, clone, ditto, icon, image, replica, model, resemblance, representation, reproduction, facsimile, xerox.

duplication (noun)

duo, bifurcation.

increase (noun)

go up.

look-alike (noun)

lookalike, look-alike.

reproduction (noun)


something which exactly resembles another (noun)

match, spitting image, simulacrum, ringer, companion, mate, portrait, clone, lookalike, replica, picture, counterpart, image, copy, dead ringer.

stunt man (noun)

stunt woman, stunt man.

substitute (noun)

imitation, counterfeit, replacement, fill in, alternative.

two-base hit (noun)


twofold (noun)


change (verb)


double (verb)

crease, multiply, fold, bifurcate.

duplicate (verb)

reproduce, replicate.

make two of; make twice as large (verb)

magnify, grow, repeat, augment, replicate, redouble, increase, pleat, fold, multiply.

wrinkle (verb)

gather, crimp, pleat, wrinkle, pucker, corrugate, furrow, ripple, tuck.

Usage examples for double:

  • An' he b'lieved he could double the water right by tunnelin'." - "Stories of the Foot-hills", Margaret Collier Graham.
  • You couldn't have it now if you offered me double the cost." - "The Desired Woman", Will N. Harben.
  • The double doors were shut. - "In the Wilderness", Robert Hichens.

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