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moreover
used in The Age of Innocence

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Definition
in addition to what has just been said
  • Moreover, he was as illiterate as old Mrs. Mingott, and considered "fellows who wrote" as the mere paid purveyors of rich men's pleasures; and no one rich enough to influence his opinion had ever questioned it.
    Chapter 12 (18% in)
  • Women always exaggerated; and moreover she was not wholly at her ease in English, which she often spoke as if she were translating from the French.
    Chapter 14 (85% in)
  • Moreover, as Archer knew, several months had passed since her allowance had been cut off; yet in the interval she had made no effort to regain her grandmother's favour.
    Chapter 31 (6% in)

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