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Definition of "furthermore" []

  • In addition; moreover. (adverb)
  • In addition; moreover (adverb)

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Use "furthermore" in a sentence
  • "Does it not concern you at all that your Constitutional theory relies on this precedent, which was nullified by the 14th Amendment, and which, furthermore, is the single most infamous decision the Supreme Court has ever issued?"
  • "January 24th, 2009 at 11: 11 am muammar qaddafi, of all people, has a fascinating op-ed in the new york times calling for a one-state solution to the israeli/palestinian conflict. would you reply? furthermore, is this a model that could be extended to india/pakistan?"
  • "January 24th, 2009 at 12: 58 pm furthermore, is this a model that could be extended to india/pakistan"