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used in In Cold Blood

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in addition to what has just been said
  • It was smaller than the Kidwell's, and, moreover, he shared it with a wife, three active children, and a perpetually functioning television set.
    1 — Last To See Them Alive (81% in)
  • Moreover, unlike Willie-Jay, he was not critical of Perry's exotic aspirations; he was willing to listen, catch fire, share with him those visions of "guaranteed treasure" lurking in Mexican seas, Brazilian jungles.
    1 — Last To See Them Alive (59% in)
  • Moreover, his attitude toward the crime made it, as he later said, "a personal proposition."
    2 — Persons Unknown (4% in)
  • Moreover, if he broke with Dick, it meant the end of plans still attractive to Perry, and still, despite recent reverses, deemed possible by both-a skin-diving, treasure-hunting life lived together among islands or along coasts south of the border.
    2 — Persons Unknown (18% in)
  • He was mortified by thoughts of the men she had slept with before their marriage; he was convinced, moreover, that she remained promiscuous-that every time he went to sea, or even left her alone for the day, she betrayed him with a multitude of lovers, whose existence he unendingly demanded that she admit.
    3 — Answer (31% in)
  • Moreover, Smith, while dictating his statement, had revealed the where-abouts of other potent evidence.
    4 — The Corner (5% in)
  • As it turned out, the process was completed within four hours; moreover, the jury, including two alternative members, was extracted from the first forty-four candidates.
    4 — The Corner (24% in)
  • Moreover, the circumstances of the crime seem to him to fit exactly the concept of "murder without apparent motive."
    4 — The Corner (55% in)
  • Many of the jurors, moreover, were "well acquainted with the deceased.
    4 — The Corner (82% in)

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