(Dou"ble*heart"ed) a. Having a false heart; deceitful; treacherous. Sandys.
(Dou"ble-hung`) a. Having both sashes hung with weights and cords; said of a window.
(Dou"ble-lock`) v. t. To lock with two bolts; to fasten with double security. Tatler.
(Dou"ble-milled`) a. Twice milled or fulled, to render more compact or fine; said of
cloth; as, double-milled kerseymere.
(Dou"ble*mind"ed) a. Having different minds at different times; unsettled; undetermined.
A double-minded man is unstable in all his ways.Jas. i. 8.
1. The state of being double or doubled.
2. Duplicity; insincerity. Chaucer.
(Dou"ble-quick`) a. (Mil.) Of, or performed in, the fastest time or step in marching, next
to the run; as, a double-quick step or march.
(Dou"ble-quick`), n. Double-quick time, step, or march.
Double-quick time requires 165 steps, each 33 inches in length, to be taken in one minute. The number
of steps may be increased up to 180 per minute.
(Dou"ble-quick`), v. i. & t. (Mil.) To move, or cause to move, in double-quick time.
1. One who, or that which, doubles.