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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfurthermorefur‧ther‧more /ˌfɜːðəˈmɔː $ ˈfɜːrðərmɔːr/ ●○○ AWL adverb [sentence adverb] formal  AND/ALSOin addition to what has already been said syn moreover He is old and unpopular. Furthermore, he has at best only two years of political life ahead of him.
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furthermoreIt can, furthermore, be used in the ward.To be blunt, the Net isn't meant for kids, and furthermore, it's not a babysitter.The monarch is, furthermore, more than merely a part of Parliament under the constitution of the United Kingdom.The majority of Americans increased their wealth in the past decade. Furthermore, the gains were substantial.A little religion is thought, furthermore, to be the way to reduce crime and promote a stable society.And furthermore, what is the justification for making it?
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