ninefold ninefold  /ˈnɪn ˌfoʊld/


  1. (adj) having nine units or components
  2. (adv) by a factor of nine



  1. Over the past three decades, the fish export trade has grown fourfold, to 30 million tons, and its value has increased ninefold, to $71 billion.
  2. Overall, the World Health Organization estimates that for every dollar invested in sanitation, the return is ninefold.
  3. Another report showed that deaths from chronic liver disease, a prime indicator of alcohol-related damage to health, increased ninefold between 1970 and 2000 for people aged 25-44.


  • Ninefold Included as Supplier to Government

    Government Mandate Means Agencies Can Now Procure Cloud Computing Services More Easily (PRWeb June 25, 2013) Read the full story at
    on June 26, 2013     Source: PRWeb


  1. Randomized controlled trials ironically amount to "a more problematic anecdotalism," writes Healy by "garlanding" the experience of one drug responder "over the ninefold larger pool of other responders or nonresponders" with the claim it...
    on Aug 17, 2008 By: David Healy Source: MedHeadlines

  2. "I have been defending the interests of clubs who have taken great risks in the last 10 years to increase their budgets ninefold and who today fear for their futures," said Blanco. "The IRB ignores the clubs when they should be having...
    on Apr 11, 2007 By: Serge Blanco Source:

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