Thesaurus / more according


Bake it in a brisk oven an hour or more according to its thickness.

He had no great fancy for gold lace suits, but a good serviceable coat and cocked hat was more according to his taste.

The student of himself must necessarily conduct his existence more and more according to the views of his brain.

The Human MachineE. Arnold Bennett

An opera-singer or danseuse frequently causes half a score or more—according to her merits, or mayhap her demerits.

The QuadroonMayne Reid

It appears to me more according to the laws of primitive society and to the love of God.

Taking the BastileAlexander Dumas (pere)

Take you, therefore, money no more according to your order, but restore it for the repairing of the temple.

Both, in their way, are beautiful; but this seems less formal, and more according to nature.

On it are spread (hanging on either side) some four blankets, less or more according to the state of the weather.

A Guide to HealthMahatma Gandhi

The fishing-season is the summer, between June and September, varying a month or more according to locality.

I have plenty of time, and it will be more according to rule.

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