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What is a basic definition of moreover?
Moreover is an adverb that means in addition to what has been said.
Moreover is used to transition into additional information or to connect a sentence to a related one that has already been said.
Like additionally and besides, moreover is often used to begin a sentence.
- Used in a sentence: I can’t afford a dog. Moreover, my landlord doesn’t allow pets in the apartments.
Moreover can be used in the middle of a sentence to indicate that one thought is connected to a previous one.
- Used in a sentence: I liked this book because it was well-written and, moreover, told a very interesting story.
Where does moreover come from?
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How is moreover used in real life?
Moreover is used to present more than one fact, reason, or related sentence.
Looks like the #Browns have found their identity on offense. They’ve scored 30+ in three straight games. Moreover, they’ve committed to the ground game and it’s paid huge dividends. Smash-mouth football is their DNA.
— Bucky Brooks (@BuckyBrooks) October 4, 2020
The U.S. Supreme Court is not going to change these election results. This is not the 2000 election, where only 537 votes in Florida separated the candidates. Moreover, there is no evidence of illegal activity. Counting ballots is not fraud. It is democracy.
— Dave Aronberg (@aronberg) November 6, 2020
Not to brag, but I can embed links in Markdown from the first try.
Moreover, I can create images with links. 😅
— ️️ (@catalinmpit) January 30, 2021
Try using moreover!
Is moreover used correctly in the following sentence?
I hated the movie because the acting was terrible and, moreover, the story didn’t make any sense.
How to use moreover in a sentence
Moreover, trucks, dust, and boomtown stress are the effects of any large-scale industrial activity.
Moreover, the crippling restrictions resulted in the North partially shutting down weapons programs for lack of funds.
Moreover, for America there is a fundamental imperative to act.
Moreover, the exhibition begs the question: how do we come to privilege certain images?
Moreover, uneducated Americans have a competitive advantage because of their fluency in English.
Moreover, most of the burrows were only a few feet apart and no agonistic behavior was witnessed.Summer Birds From the Yucatan Peninsula|Erwin E. Klaas
Moreover, Napoleon, so great in many things, was so jealous of his own glory that he could be mean beyond words.Napoleon's Marshals|R. P. Dunn-Pattison
Moreover, the Bible teaches erroneous theories of history, theology, and science.God and my Neighbour|Robert Blatchford
I saw the folly of imagining that I could stand a chance against a man like Moeran, and, moreover, he interested me too deeply.Uncanny Tales|Various
Tony, moreover, had hidden himself until his letter should be answered—and she was 'lonely.'The Wave|Algernon Blackwood