more family[ fam-uh-lee, fam-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF more family
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE FAMILY
And you're guarding me from any more family impulses like it.
Never was a man with more family pride, though he affects to scorn it.
Peace, indeed, has returned and there are no more family jars in that little household.
More family history as we were roasting sweet-potatoes in the hot ashes under our fire to-night.
Did they seem to have more family trouble than most people, or do you think they got along fairly well?
It exhibits a rich cornice, on which is the rebus of the More family, a mulberry-tree.
Twelve miles away there is one more family, but we have to cross three lakes to get there.
More family affection than other tribes usually exhibit exists among them.
The officiant in the rice-planting ceremonies is either one or more family priests.
If a story cannot be made clear without an elaborate study of one or more family trees, beware of it.