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Definition of "more" [more]

  • Greater in number: a hall with more seats. (adjective)
  • Greater in size, amount, extent, or degree: more land; more support. (adjective)
  • Additional; extra: She needs some more time. (adjective)
  • A greater or additional quantity, number, degree, or amount: The more I see of you the more I like you. (noun)
  • A greater or additional number of persons or things: I opened only two bottles but more were in the refrigerator. (pronoun)

American Heritage(R) Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright (c) 2011 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.

Use "more" in a sentence
  • "• More carbon footprints: nuclear war, a cappuccino, more• Understand more about carbon footprints"
  • "There you'll be, a furious collection of primordial organelles focused like a coherent light machine on the hyperholistic sublimity of 'appliance' as a signifier of more than simply an instance of a particular hardware configuration, but as an aggregation of physical nature with the abstraction of 'applicabilty,'  more than just a word, but a magickal spell that conjures technology out of ecology."
  • "And so I did, but more slowly;  more grace, more panache, moresex."