more advantageous

[ ad-vuh n-tey-juh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF more advantageous
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I for my part deem the life of the just to be the more advantageous, he answered.

It is more advantageous to you and safer for me, that I should not be known as your agent.

To ascertain which is the more advantageous for you, restriction or liberty.

Can they have received a more advantageous offer of marriage already?

Would it not be more advantageous, even to my master, that I should keep them?

After all, since I must marry, I am not likely to find a more advantageous match than this.

These misfortunes were more advantageous than injurious to the neo-Chassidim.

It will be more advantageous to us to fight valiantly, and the day may be ours.

The ground was more advantageous there, and he felt confident he could dislodge him.

Sir John Temple had a more advantageous alliance in view for his son.