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further

[ fur-th er ]SEE DEFINITION OF further
  • adj.additional
  • adv.additionally
  • verbadvance, lend support

Synonyms for further

  • farther
  • more
  • added
  • another
  • else
  • extra
  • fresh
  • in addition
  • new
  • other
  • supplementary
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FURTHER

Further, the native who gave all the information to Mr. Monger was one of our party.

But as he was gone out of reach, no further inquiries were made after him.

Kate's anxieties, when she at last hinted them to Malbone, only sent him further into revery.

For further assets, he possessed one eye and a twisted smile.

There was no further mention of the troubles of that card game.

To this I was further prompted by the nature of my instructions.

As M'Ilraith was now in a strong hold, Marion pursued him no further.

At the tollhouse, there were further excuses for delaying the inevitable moment.

I did so most willingly, as we had already got further to the eastward than I wished.

If we concede to the criminal the right to a further chance we concede it to ourselves.

WORD ORIGIN

Old English furðor (adv.), furðra (adj.), etymologically representing either "forth-er" or "fore-ther." The former would be from furðum (see forth) + comparative suffix *-eron-, *-uron- (cf. inner, outer).

Alternative etymology traces it to Proto-Germanic *furþeron-, from PIE *pr-tero, (cf. Greek proteros "former"), from root of fore + comparative suffix also found in after, other. Senses of "in addition, to a greater extent" are later metaphoric developments.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FURTHER

accelerate

verbincrease speed, timing

added

adjectiveadditional
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