adverb, comparative of far, with furthest as superlative.
adjective, comparative of far, with furthest as superlative.
verb (used with object)
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Origin of further
words often confused with further
OTHER WORDS FROM furtherfur·ther·er, noun
Example sentences from the Web for further
The summit, held this past Tuesday, does not seem to have made any breakthroughs on furthering the peace process.Taliban’s Quetta Shura Meet in Islamabad to Press for Peace|Ron Moreau|November 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
By the time contact is made, from the fan's point of view, it's the next step in furthering a relationship.Porn Superfans: Aurora Snow on the Relationship Between Cam Girls and Their Fans|Aurora Snow|April 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In addition to that accusation, Peres was for a long time viewed as a politician interested only in furthering his own position.
Couric and co-host Matt Lauer became the most trusted names in morning news, furthering the legacy of the show.Ann Curry, Meredith Vieira & More: Best ‘Today’ Anchor Signoffs (VIDEO)|Sam Champtaloup|June 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Basic necessities may be met, but at the cost of savings, furthering education, and expendable income.
She had always taken a keen, strange delight in furthering his wishes.Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1907 to 1908|Lucy Maud Montgomery
The late manifestations have done exactly the reverse of furthering the end in view.
I ask because I know how your heart has been set on furthering the dormitory project.Marjorie Dean, College Senior|Pauline Lester
Missouri women now turned their attention to furthering the Federal Suffrage Amendment.
Kociuszko never lost an opportunity of furthering the cause to which his life was devoted.Kosciuszko|Monica Mary Gardner
British Dictionary definitions for further
Derived forms of furtherfurtherer, noun
Word Origin for further
Idioms and Phrases with further
see without further ado.