a. (context archaic English) twofold. adv. (context archaic English) twofold. alt. (context archaic English) twofold.
Usage examples of "twyfold".
Then said the other sister, And in faith I am married to a husband that hath the gout, twyfold, crooked, nor couragious in paying my debt, I am faine to rub and mollifie his stony fingers with divers sorts of oyles, and to wrap them in playsters and salves, so that I soyle my white and dainty hands with the corruption of filthy clouts, not using my self like a wife, but more like a servant.