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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
more (adjective)
1.
- greater something more than she expected
2.
- additional further more guests arrived
more (adverb)
1.
a) in addition - a couple of times more
b) - moreover
2.
to a greater or higher degree - often used with an adjective or adverb to form the comparative more evenly matched
more (noun)
1.
a greater quantity, number, or amount - liked the idea better the more I thought about it
2.
something additional an additional amount
3.
obsolete persons of higher rank
more (pronoun, singular or plural in construction)
additional persons or things or a greater amount - more will arrive shortly more was spilled
More (biographical name)
Hannah 1745–1833 Eng. religious writer
More (biographical name)
Henry 1614–1687 Eng. philos.
More (biographical name)
Sir Thomas 1478–1535 Eng. statesman & author - Saint Thomas More
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
more (adjective)
resulting in an increase in amount or number
SYNONIMS:
added, another, else, farther, fresh, further, more, other
RELATED WORDS:
accessory, adjunct, collateral, extraneous, peripheral, side, supplemental, supplementary; new; excess, extra, plus, spare, supernumerary, supervenient, surplus; complementary, contributory
NEAR ANTONYMS:
fewer, less
more (adverb)
1.
in addition to what has been said
SYNONIMS:
additionally, again, also, besides, either, further, furthermore, likewise, moreover, then, too, withal, yet
as well, for good measure, in addition to, into the bargain ( in the bargain), on top of, to boot, what's more
more (adverb)
2.
to a greater or higher extent
SYNONIMS:
better
more (noun)
something added (as by growth)
SYNONIMS:
accretion, accrual, addendum, addition, augmentation, boost, expansion, gain, increment, more, plus, proliferation, raise, rise, step-up, supplement, uptick
RELATED WORDS:
accumulation, assemblage, collection, gathering; complement; accession, appendix, continuation, extension, uptrend, upturn; jump, run-up, spike
NEAR ANTONYMS:
deduction, subtraction
abatement, decline, decrease, decrement, depletion, diminishment, diminution, drop-off, fall, falloff, lessening, loss, lowering, reduction, shrinkage, step-down
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