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moreover

adverb
     
more‧o‧ver W2 [sentence adverb] formal
in addition - used to introduce information that adds to or supports what has previously been said:
The rent is reasonable and, moreover, the location is perfect.
The source of the information is irrelevant. Moreover, the information need not be confidential.
! Moreover is very formal and not common in spoken English. Use besides or also instead.

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