Common misspellings for more

mopre, meover, morga, seymore, moerate, mmore, somre, mmeory, minore, mroe, moher, moreee, formore, camare, comre, yoo're, mured, moreever, moreo, 2moro, s'more, myrle, mvery, memorey, meomry, imore, missoree, dore, kore, maire, nighmare, meaure, moderae, moehr, doree, moroc, moroi, merer, morol, morle, rmore, momery, marrie, mureau, majore, mibor, moww, moe, mreo, smere, how're, ou're, mariee, nore, morne, emmaare, tomoror, kimore, maure, mybe, motore, morena, marier, morre, smeere, mome, motre, moorea, mors, morely, momme, morred, 2morow, nomore, morooco, mvoie, mvie, morge, moder, aymore, machore, morter, marek, gamora, moroever, morder, tomore, moreon, mord, monreo, moern, rumore, amoire, mpore, houre, tomoro, morrel, quore, morgae, motehr, makre, mkore, powre, monro, merey, morow, morte, moisure, maouri, bymore, mothrer, meorize, meare, tomrw, timore, mirroe, joire, nmore, moreeee, malrie, naymore, mourne, morney, morfe, mone, mora, moren, mpre, mirro, move, moroue, omore, myrr, amere, majorie, armiore, moreen, murrey, vamoire, modre, monry, mirra, emoire, moyle, maret, mothre, imora, moror, monei, mor, wrore, megre, morrie, pimere, monreau, morone, more, seemore, mture, mocery, morie, mediore, doore, emore, semore, moreal, mjor, moree, mkae, morevoer, scyamore, rmor, tomorry, tomorr, makere, moice, omre, morg, mmory, yor're, mourge, myrder, movrf, miore, rmoire, mrror, monerey, mowe, moroe, momre, mre, morrir, tommore, marieo, amror, moreso, morro, morage, tumore, bauimore, morei, tomoory, mourice, howre, marbe, fomrer, namre, morid, monre, themore, mobe, yuo're, moke, mtoehr, amory, mooore, moer, morw, tommoro, motro, moare, miror, moroco, morot, morwe, myrtie, tmmorow, hore, mory, mefor, momory, mored, mork, laymore, mokery, mure, withmore, nemore, mose, mocie, maore, maole, moured, morar, moterey, myor, morea, movre, tmore, mirrer, vore, monore, moreeeee, emire, tumoro, mccory, mowry, momey, momry, mofe, morey, mnore, yo're, morque, moce, meryy, moretti, morover, amire, morein, d'morro, smore, morev, kmore, maybre, mmre, vamire, knre, mwmory, mori, morew, bemore, tomowro, mirorr, dmore, mnre, emrey, mosure, maorage, mrore, memore, camere, mthe, rore, humore, mairrie, meore, meret, mionr, core, mvoe, tommorew, mosre, mjore, moria, morphe, morer, mnory, maojr, merrie, murer, mighr, gnore, momiere, moorw, armore, mlore, moari, menure, mjour, moreove, monroe, moreto, myhare, mmebr, remore, mared, moret, comare, moreof, meere, marow, meory, miorku, fmore, morethe, maymore, metore, lmore, manore, misory, mewere, moere, moie, molre, mamoru, morribe, amirer, morem, 8core, femmora, hormore, maggiore, marie, murey, mdare, merre, mocro, meror, nomura, mobey, moore, moreish, 2more, m0re, morex, morr, morse, mort, muore, morkio, mooroco, morelli, norie, soore, tomorre, toumory.

Definitions of more

  1.   comparative of much; to a greater degree or extent; " he works more now"; " they eat more than they should"
  2.   A greater thing: something further or in addition. - superl. MOST.
  3.   In addition; further; besides; again.
  4.   That which is in addition; something other and further; an additional or greater amount.
  5.   To a greater degree, etc.; again; besides.
  6.   Most.
  7.   To a greater extent or degree.
  8.   Comparative degree of much; greater in number, quantity, quality, or degree; additional.
  9.   Greater or additional quantity or amount.
  10.   With an adjective or adverb ( instead of the suffix - er) to form the comparative degree; as, more durable; more active; more sweetly.
  11.   A greater quantity, amount, or number; that which exceeds or surpasses in any way what it is compared with.
  12.   To a greater degree; a second or another time.
  13.   Additional; other; as, he wept because there were no more words to conquer.
  14.   used to form the comparative of some adjectives and adverbs; " more interesting"; " more beautiful"; " more quickly"
  15.   A greater quantity, number, or degree; other thing, as, we can do no more: no more, existing no longer.
  16.   To a greater degree; again.
  17.   Greater in quality, degree, amount, or number; added to some former number; additional.
  18.   ( serves as comp. of MANY and MUCH), Greater, so in B.: additional: other besides.
  19.   ( comparative of ` many' used with count nouns) quantifier meaning greater in number; " a hall with more seats"; " we have no more bananas"; " more than one"
  20.   To make more; to increase.
  21.   ( comparative of ` much' used with mass nouns) quantifier meaning greater in size or amount or extent or degree; " more land"; " more support"; " more rain fell"; " more than a gallon"
  22.   Comp, of many and much; greater in number, quality, extent, etc.; additional; longer.
  23.   In addition.
  24.   A greater quantity, amount, or number; something in addition. No more, no longer existing. Much more, in a greater degree. More and more, with continual increase.
  25.   In a greater quantity; in or to a greater extent or degree.
  26.   With a verb or participle.
  27.   Compar. Greater in amount, degree, number, etc.; additional.
  28.   Greater in number; exceeding in numbers; - with the plural.
  29.   ( comparative of ` much' used with mass nouns) a quantifier meaning greater in size or amount or extent or degree; " more land"; " more support"; " more rain fell"; " more than a gallon"
  30.   A root.
  31.   To a greater degree: again: longer.
  32.   Greater in quality, amount, degree, quality, and the like; with the singular.
  33.   Greater; superior; increased
  34.   existing or coming by way of addition; " an additional problem"; " further information"; " there will be further delays"; " took more time"
  35.   English statesman who opposed Henry VIII's divorce from Catherine of Aragon and was imprisoned and beheaded; recalled for his concept of Utopia, the ideal state
  36.   A greater quantity, number, etc.; something further or additional.
  37.   Additional; greater in number or quantity.
  38.   A greater quantity, amount, etc.; an added amount.
  39.   A hill.

Quotes of more

  1. Life inspires more dread than death- it is life which is the great unknown. – Emile M. Cioran
  2. People can be more forgiving than you can imagine. But you have to forgive yourself. Let go of what's bitter and move on. – Bill Cosby
  3. And it's not a finger -pointing issue to me; I take as much responsibility as I can. It was more just me not really knowing what I wanted to do and how to get it done. – Justin Guarini
  4. Just as the constant increase of entropy is the basic law of the universe, so it is the basic law of life to be ever more highly structured and to struggle against entropy. – Vaclav Havel
  5. If I go to Germany, I learn something in addition. The German television is very precise and respectable. One has never stress. In Italy it is more dynamic. But I amuse myself madly in both countries. – Michelle Hunziker
  6. The more rapidly truth is spread among mankind the better it will be for them. Only let us be sure that it is the truth. – Thomas Huxley
  7. For the female of the species is more deadly than the male. – Rudyard Kipling
  8. To live in mankind is far more than to live in a name. – Vachel Lindsay
  9. So I will stand more steadfastly for the things I stand up for, like people who work for a living. I'd like to be able to stand that way when I go to Congress. – John Murray
  10. People may take a job for more money, but they often leave it for more recognition. – Bob Nelson
  11. In my view, there is nothing more vicious and outrageous than the abuse, exploitation and harm of the most vulnerable members of our society, and I firmly believe that our nation's laws and resources need to reflect the seriousness of these terrible crimes. – Bob Ney
  12. Each race( or variety) is characterized by a more or less distinct combination of inherited morphological, behavioral, physiological traits. – J. Philippe Rushton
  13. Anger is the most impotent of passions. It effects nothing it goes about, and hurts the one who is possessed by it more than the one against whom it is directed. – Carl Sandburg
  14. I believe we are going to move into a situation where the more effective conferences will be smaller, more specialized, more focused, with occasional large gatherings to get the attention of the larger world. – Maurice Strong
  15. If you are not egotistical, you will welcome the opportunity to learn more – John Templeton

Usage examples for more

  1. “ No more of that, please." ” – One Maid's Mischief by George Manville Fenn
  2. And let me tell you more – The Mad King by Edgar Rice Burroughs
  3. “ Freke said no more about the Throckmortons. ” – Throckmorton by Molly Elliot Seawell
  4. “ " So I shall have more said Peter. ” – Peter and Polly in Winter by Rose Lucia
  5. “ " Go on, Matilda," said Mrs. Lloyd,-" if you have anything more – Trading by Susan Warner
  6. “ I had that, but more – The Desert of Wheat by Zane Grey
  7. Now, one more question. ” – The Orange-Yellow Diamond by J. S. Fletcher
  8. “ I can do much more – Madeline Payne, the Detective's Daughter by Lawrence L. Lynch
  9. “ " Nothing more said the other. ” – St. Cuthbert's by Robert E. Knowles
  10. “ I have no more to ask. ” – The Eye of Dread by Payne Erskine
  11. “ I understand, but I want to know more – The Rustlers of Pecos County by Zane Grey
  12. But Miette was mistaken this time, for Paul was now very anxious to learn more – In Search of a Son by William Shepard Walsh
  13. But He did more – A Life of St. John for the Young by George Ludington Weed
  14. What more does he want of me? ” – Castle Richmond by Anthony Trollope
  15. She knew nothing more to try with him. ” – Invisible Links by Selma Lagerlof
  16. We can do no more – Her Mother's Secret by Emma D. E. N. Southworth
  17. Shall I say more – The Splendid Spur by Arthur T. Quiller Couch
  18. “ " I want the more – The Passionate Friends by Herbert George Wells
  19. They knew it, but they thought more of her. ” – The Precipice by Elia Wilkinson Peattie
  20. “ " Mehr, more said he. ” – Look Back on Happiness by Knut Hamsun

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