The prefix "di" means "two" -- except when it doesn't! Here we start with the prefix "di," combine it with a word, and end with the answer: a different word. For example, the clue "Double an instruction to be quiet" leads to the answer "dish." Good luck!
All answers are one word.
-1.Double myself. (This might be worth some money in North America!)
-2.Double a poetic stanza. (Here's a different sort of question.)
-3.Double a guitar-like stringed instrument. (This answer is a little watered down.)
-4.Double a way of standing. (Have you gone too far?)
-5.Double not being on time. (This answer should open your eyes.)
6.Double a large, boxy motor vehicle that can haul lots of people or goods. (That doubled passenger seating is very comfortable indeed.)
-7.Double quiet, silence, calm and non-motion. (The answer is highly purified.)
-8.Double someone who believes the existence of God cannot be known. (The answer will test you.)
-9.Double a classical lyric poem. (The answer will electrify you.)
-10.Double a grape-bearing plant. (Perhaps these grapes are unusually holy.)