dual-life

Dictionary of the word “double-life”

Meaning of the word

The expression “dual-life” refers to a resource used on objects or structures that have an additional hidden layer, usually used to hide something or for safety purposes.

Origin of the word

The origin of the expression “double-life” dates back to the eighteenth century, when it began to be used to describe the technique of creating secret compartments in furniture and other objects. The word “doubles” refers to the existence of two layers or levels, while “funds” indicates the bottom or inner part of something.

Word adverbs

Adverbs related to the word “double-life” may include: secretly, secretly, discreetly, skillfully.

Conjunctions of the word

There are no conjunctions directly related to the word “dual-life”.

Synonyms of the word

Some synonyms for “double-life” may be: secret compartments, hiding places, hidden layers, disguised structures.

Word Definitions

  1. Additional layers hidden in objects or structures.
  2. Resources used to hide something or safety purposes.

Phrases that the word applies

1. The safe had double-duplicate to store important documents.

2. The spy hid the secret documents in a dual-life compartment.

Examples of the word in text

Ancient furniture proved even more intriguing when they discovered that it had doubles, where historical documents were found.

The architect designed the house with doubles to ensure the safety of residents.

Rhymes with the word

1. Funds

2. Deep

3. Seconds

4. Rotundo

5. Rounds

Anagrams with the word

1. Funds-Loups

2. Sulfo-Dupons

3. Sulfo-Pondus

4. Sulfo-Pondus

5. Sulfo-Pondus

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