Antonyms for multiplied

decreased, reduced.

Quotes of multiplied

  1. The least initial deviation from the truth is multiplied later a thousandfold. – Aristotle
  2. Ideas are refined and multiplied in the commerce of minds. In their splendor, images effect a very simple communion of souls. – Gaston Bachelard
  3. The tyranny of a multitude is a multiplied tyranny. – Edmund Burke
  4. He was thinking alone, and seriously racking his brain to find a direction for this single force four times multiplied with which he did not doubt, as with the lever for which Archimedes sought, they should succeed in moving the world, when some one tapped gently at his door. – Alexandre Dumas
  5. An error does not become truth by reason of multiplied propagation, nor does truth become error because nobody sees it. – Mohandas Gandhi
  6. When I sing, I feel like when you're first in love. It's more than sex. It's that point two people can get to they call love, when you really touch someone for the first time, but it's gigantic, multiplied by the whole audience. I feel chills. – Janis Joplin
  7. And, as I have said, it's made me think twice about the imagination. If the spirits aren't external, how astonishing the mediums become! Victor Hugo said of his voices that they were like his own mental powers multiplied by five. – James Merrill
  8. By far the greatest part of those goods which are the objects of desire, are procured by labour; and they may be multiplied not in one country alone, but in many, almost without any assignable limit, if we are disposed to bestow the labour necessary to obtain them. – David Ricardo
  9. These examples of the lack of simplicity in English and French, all appearances to the contrary, could be multiplied almost without limit and apply to all national languages. – Edward Sapir
  10. All men are somewhat ridiculous and grotesque, just because they are men; and in this respect artists might well be regarded as man multiplied by two. So it is, was, and shall be. – Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel
  11. When the state is most corrupt, then the laws are most multiplied – Tacitus

Usage examples for multiplied

  1. Mallet can't help me- not with all his money, nor all his good example, nor all his friendship, which I 'm so profoundly well aware of: not with it all multiplied a thousand times and repeated to all eternity! – Roderick Hudson by Henry James
  2. A reason may be found in twenty- eight being a mystic number, formed by seven multiplied by four, and being the first perfect number after six, for like that, it is equal to all its parts. – Plutarch's Lives, Volume I (of 4) by Plutarch
  3. Hence the multiplied injuries which have fallen so heavily upon him. – The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus by American Anti-Slavery Society
  4. He had multiplied himself into a thousand forms to serve the cause of the United Netherland States, and the services so rendered had been brilliant and frequent. – Project Gutenberg History of The Netherlands, 1555-1623, Complete by John Lothrop Motley
  5. Some one has said that " he who begins a devout life without a taste for spiritual reading may consider the ordinary difficulties multiplied in his case by ten." – How to Live a Holy Life by C. E. Orr
  6. Mr. Emerson grew more absorbed in his profession as cases multiplied on his hands, and Irene, interested in her circle of bright- minded, independent- thoughted women, found the days and weeks gliding on pleasantly enough. – After the Storm by T. S. Arthur
  7. From 1832 until the division referred to in an early portion of this work, the anti- slavery societies multiplied with extraordinary rapidity. – A Visit To The United States In 1841 by Joseph Sturge
  8. Power companies had multiplied so rapidly that it seemed the whole volume of water was about to be used for commercial purposes and that the most famous object of natural scenery in the United States would be destroyed. – History of the United States, Volume 6 (of 6) by E. Benjamin Andrews
  9. Since those days, however, the new religion had increased and multiplied everywhere, in the blood which had rained upon it. – The Rise of the Dutch Republic, Volume II.(of III) 1566-74 by John Lothrop Motley Last Updated: January 25, 2009
  10. Subsequently, as the work extended and the Conferences multiplied it was but natural that they should all take the same character. – Thirty Years in the Itinerancy by Wesson Gage Miller
  11. Interests have multiplied and life has increased in seriousness. – Mushrooms on the Moor by Frank Boreham
  12. Whilst roads were multiplied round the town, in consequence of the prodigious increase in its population and commerce, it was joined by railway to the Southern States of the Union. – The Moon-Voyage by Jules Verne
  13. Interest in the man as a man has multiplied with every year. – The Glands Regulating Personality by Louis Berman, M.D.
  14. Do you think that if the shops were multiplied and credit to be obtained at a greater number of shops that feeling would not exist to the same extent? – Second Shetland Truck System Report by William Guthrie
  15. Then the train came in and the people multiplied – Floyd Grandon's Honor by Amanda Minnie Douglas
  16. They have lived and multiplied and continued to occupy the land, while their successive alien masters have come and gone. – An Inquiry Into The Nature Of Peace And The Terms Of Its Perpetuation by Thorstein Veblen
  17. 97. These are simple words, and in their declension they are properly multiplied to forty. – The Grammar of English Grammars by Goold Brown
  18. In the year 1211, when Francis was twenty- nine years of age and had entered on his ministry, this chapel was given to him, " and no sooner had they come to live here," it is said, " than the Lord multiplied their number from day to day." – Italy, the Magic Land by Lilian Whiting
  19. And now, better equipped than for the first strike, with chances of success multiplied Bonbright had intervened again- with his plan. – Youth Challenges by Clarence B Kelland
  20. L. The same law holds in our neglect of multiplied pain, as in our neglect of multiplied beauty. – The Ethics of the Dust by John Ruskin