Trebling sentence example
Sir Watkin actually trebling themselves the second year after planting.
Not far from a fresh trebling took place in the course of the next quinquennial period, and at the end of 1850 there were 6621 m.
He strengthened his hold on the poorer classes by his measure for trebling the pay of the jurymen, which provided the poorer Athenians with an easy means of livelihood.
If, for example, in the case of a hundred such districts we watch the result of leaving them alone, a gradual growth of leakage common to most of the districts, but not to all, is observed, while here and there a sudden increase occurs, often doubling or trebling the total supply to the district.Advertisement