The word "pair" as it is used then had no more meaning than when we now say "a pair of scissors."
I remonstrated; whereupon she grinned with more meaning than ever.
Was there more meaning in it than appeared in the chance words?
It had more meaning to him than when he was a boy, and it was more beautiful.
She squeezed Emma's hand with more meaning than her friend apprehended.
He looked at her with more meaning than he had ever felt in his life in his eyes.
“That is true,” said Humphreys, with more meaning than she knew.
And she cast a look on poor Menie that had more meaning than kindness in it.
But the week of this man's stay had more meaning for Jessie than for any one else.
There was more meaning in his voice than in his words, so that for a moment Rose was startled.