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fur·ther·more

 (fûr′thər-môr′)
adv.
In addition; moreover.

furthermore

(ˈfɜːðəˌmɔː)
adv
in addition; moreover

fur•ther•more

(ˈfɜr ðərˌmɔr, -ˌmoʊr)

adv.
moreover; besides.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.furthermore - in addition; "computer chess games are getting cheaper all the time; furthermore, their quality is improving"; "the cellar was dark; moreover, mice nested there"; "what is more, there's no sign of a change"

furthermore

adverb moreover, further, in addition, besides, too, as well, not to mention, what's more, to boot, additionally, into the bargain Furthermore, I will have to know all the data.

furthermore

adverb
Translations
بِالإضافَةِ إلى هذا، زيادةً على ذلك
mimoto
derudoverendvidere
lisäksi
enn fremur; òar aî auki
nadaljerazen tega

furthermore

[ˈfɜːðɜːˈmɔːʳ] ADVademás

furthermore

[ˌfɜːrðərˈmɔːr] advde plus, en outre

furthermore

furthermore

[ˈfɜːðəˌmɔːʳ] advinoltre, per di più

further

(ˈfəːðə) adverb
(sometimes ˈfarther (ˈfaː-) ) at or to a great distance or degree. I cannot go any further.
adverb, adjective
more; in addition. I cannot explain further; There is no further news.
verb
to help (something) to proceed or go forward quickly. He furthered our plans.
ˌfurtherˈmore (-ˈmoː) adverb
in addition (to what has been said). Furthermore, I should like to point out.
ˈfurthest adverb
(also ˈfarthest (ˈfaː-) ) at or to the greatest distance or degree. Who lives furthest away?
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Furthermore, the original perpetrator and father of this mischief appears to have perpetuated himself, and still walks the street,--at least, his very image, in mind and body,--with the fairest prospect of transmitting to posterity as rich and as wretched an inheritance as he has received
No, thought I, there must be some sober reason for this thing; furthermore, it must symbolize something unseen.
Furthermore, you are now to consider that only in the extreme, lower, backward sloping part of the front of the head, is there the slightest vestige of bone; and not till you get near twenty feet from the forehead do you come to the full cranial development.
Furthermore, I would perform but this one miracle at this time, and no more; if it failed to satisfy and any murmured, I would turn the murmurers into horses, and make them useful.
They also spoke of the romantic nature of the road over the pass, and how in one place it had been cut through a flank of the solid rock, in such a way that the mountain overhung the tourist as he passed by; and they furthermore said that the sharp turns in the road and the abruptness of the descent would afford us a thrilling experience, for we should go down in a flying gallop and seem to be spinning around the rings of a whirlwind, like a drop of whiskey descending the spirals of a corkscrew.
Surprise, indignation, protest and dismay were furthermore displayed by little Meg's mother in a sort of extravagant movement of offended virtue, half bound, half slide, that brought her right under the nose of M.
But besides all this, he reminded him that if he prided himself on being a gentleman and a Christian, he could not do otherwise than keep his plighted word; and that in doing so he would obey God and meet the approval of all sensible people, who know and recognised it to be the privilege of beauty, even in one of humble birth, provided virtue accompany it, to be able to raise itself to the level of any rank, without any slur upon him who places it upon an equality with himself; and furthermore that when the potent sway of passion asserts itself, so long as there be no mixture of sin in it, he is not to be blamed who gives way to it.
Add, furthermore, that he had white and shapely hands, of which he was as careful as a pretty woman should be; add that he seemed to be very well informed, and was decidedly clever, and it should not be difficult for you to imagine that my traveling companion was more than worthy of a countess.
Furthermore, I could see from the shortness of his legs that the brute himself was no jumper and probably no runner.
Naseby's face became encrimsoned; that the papa, furthermore, was said to be an admiral - whereupon Mr.
Furthermore, lines two and three, four and five, six and seven, have the same tones on the even syllables.
Furthermore, he had an illegitimate child, and entertained a friendship for "a person in Dozule.