Definitions for quadruply
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
quad•ru•plekwɒˈdru pəl, -ˈdrʌp əl, ˈkwɒd rʊ pəl(adj.; n.; v.)-pled, -pling.
(adj.)fourfold; consisting of four parts:
a quadruple alliance.
four times as great.
Music. having four beats to a measure.
Category: Music and Dance
(n.)a number, amount, etc., four times as great as another.
(v.i.)to make or become four times as great.
Origin of quadruple:
1325–75; ME < L quadruplus; see quadru -, duple
in four (often different) ways
to a fourfold quantity; so as to be, or cause to be, quadruple; as, to be quadruply recompensed