Antonyms for more ground

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Nor had he any more ground of fear from their children than from themselves.

The physician spoke as if there were no more ground for hope.

More ground can also be covered than in any other style of fishing.

As a consideration, Professor agreed to give me more ground to garden.

The question may arise, "Why say anything about her, since there is no more ground for hope than this?"

If some more ground can be taken in on either side, so much the better.

If we fix our eyes on the past we have more ground for our faith than I ever expected, and we have ground to continue in faith.

As we had done pretty well with a half-acre, we must have more ground planted.

For the latter there is, we believe, no more ground than that at certain crises he acted in the general spirit of ancient warfare.

With more ground the recurring feed bills might be made smaller, but the labour outlay would be correspondingly augmented.