Couric and co-host Matt Lauer became the most trusted names in morning news, furthering the legacy of the show.
In addition to that accusation, Peres was for a long time viewed as a politician interested only in furthering his own position.
Basic necessities may be met, but at the cost of savings, furthering education, and expendable income.
By the time contact is made, from the fan's point of view, it's the next step in furthering a relationship.
The summit, held this past Tuesday, does not seem to have made any breakthroughs on furthering the peace process.
All of these things make for the furthering of the charm of Boston.
Ahuramazda will hear those who are bent on furthering (all that is good).
In the furthering of these objects of national interest and concern you are performing an important part.
He had been writing for the papers and meant to do so again, 'for the furthering of my ideas.
Let those that read best, be reading sometimes to the rest, and instructing them, and furthering their edification.
Old English furðor (adv.), furðra (adj.), etymologically representing either "forth-er" or "fore-ther." The former would be from furðum (see forth) + comparative suffix *-eron-, *-uron- (cf. inner, outer).
Alternative etymology traces it to Proto-Germanic *furþeron-, from PIE *pr-tero, (cf. Greek proteros "former"), from root of fore + comparative suffix also found in after, other. Senses of "in addition, to a greater extent" are later metaphoric developments.
Old English (ge)fyrðan "further, impel;" see further (adj.). Cf. Middle Low German vorderen, Old High German furdiran, German fördern. Related: Furthered; furthering.