Definitions for onefoldˈwʌnˌfoʊld

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

one•foldˈwʌnˌfoʊld(adj.)

  1. whole; complete.

    Category: Common Vocabulary

Origin of onefold:

1425–75

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  1. onefold(Adjective)

    Constituting or being indicative of a single aspect or theme.

  2. onefold(Adjective)

    Consisting of a single undivided part; whole; complete.

  3. onefold(Adjective)

    Simple, plain, straightforward; single, singular; unmixed, unadulterated; honest, sincere.

  4. Origin: From onfold, anfald, from anfeald, from ainafalþaz, equivalent to . Cognate with eenvoud, Einfalt, einfaldur, 03300339033D03460330033B03380343. More at one, -fold.

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