- 01. Reading is an excellent way to increase your vocabulary. [Furthermore], it can also help you improve your grammar.02. Eating well is important for good health. [Furthermore], it helps to make you more attractive.03. Stu borrowed my bicycle without asking. [Furthermore], he got a flat tire, and didn't even tell me.04. This governor is an incompetent leader. [Furthermore], his government is financially irresponsible.05. No, I don't want to go to dinner with you. [Furthermore], I'd like you to stop asking me out because I'm really not interested.06. If you don't do your homework, you will get a zero, and [furthermore], you may be asked to leave the program.07. She is an excellent dancer. [Furthermore], many people are unaware that she also has a beautiful singing voice.08. Drunk driving is dangerous, and [furthermore], it is both immoral and illegal.09. If you don't do your homework, you won't get a good mark, and [furthermore], you could be kicked out of school.10. I don't love you. I don't even like you! [Furthermore], I don't want you to phone me or try to contact me ever again.11. Spices have always added flavor to a variety of dishes. [Furthermore], they can help to preserve food where refrigeration is not possible.12. The Czech team is widely expected to do well in the hockey tournament. [Furthermore], many observers believe they have an excellent chance of winning the gold medal this year.13. She won the race, and [furthermore], she established a new world record.14. The Grand Canyon is a geographical wonder. [Furthermore], it is the largest generator of tourist dollars in the state.15. Your progress in English depends on how hard you work. [Furthermore], if you live in the culture of your target language, you will learn even more quickly.
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Furthermore — Fur ther*more , adv. or conj. Moreover; besides; in addition to what has been said. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
furthermore — index also, further Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
furthermore — c.1200, from FURTHER (Cf. further) + MORE (Cf. more) … Etymology dictionary
furthermore — moreover, besides, likewise, *also, too … New Dictionary of Synonyms
furthermore — [adv] in addition additionally, along, as well, besides, likewise, moreover, not to mention, to boot, too, what’s more*, withal, yet; concepts 577,824 … New thesaurus
furthermore — ► ADVERB ▪ in addition; besides … English terms dictionary
furthermore — [fʉr′thər môr΄] adv. [ME further more] in addition; besides; moreover: used with conjunctive force … English World dictionary
furthermore — [[t]fɜ͟ː(r)ðə(r)mɔ͟ː(r)[/t]] ADV: ADV with cl Furthermore is used to introduce a piece of information or opinion that adds to or supports the previous one. [FORMAL] Furthermore, they claim that any such interference is completely ineffective. Syn … English dictionary
furthermore — /ferr dheuhr mawr , mohr /, adv. moreover; besides; in addition: Furthermore, he left orders not to be disturbed. [1150 1200; ME; see FURTHER, MORE] * * * … Universalium
furthermore — adverb /ˈfɜː(ɹ).ðə(ɹ).mɔː(ɹ)/ In addition; besides; whats more; used to denote additional information. He skillfully took charge of the event, and furthermore, he stayed late after it to clean up. Syn: moreover, what is more … Wiktionary