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  • adjective Nonstandard spelling of more so.


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  • I think entrepreneurs in that industry lean toward using the term moreso than any others.


  • Why these shops don't thrive in the city even moreso is a mystery to me.

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  • While chaos and economic collapse continues to engulf the Indian subcontinent (moreso from the Chinese damming of the headwaters of the Indus, Brahmaputra and Ganges rivers in their insatiable thirst for energy than from any direct external conflict), our lives west of the

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  • I *think* "moreso" has a sense of "more importantly," at least as my students use it: Macbeth's ambition is more important than the witches' prophecy in determining his actions.

    Ferule & Fescue

  • Oh, and I meant to add that "moreso" rarely seems to be a substitution for "moreover," though that would be a logical conclusion--often I see it in place of a conjunction or transition, and/or as the first word in a sentence fragment.

    Ferule & Fescue

  • Last time I checked, Bush also increased the amount of $$ for funding alternative fuelds moreso than any President before him (including Clinton) yet bash Bush bash Bush bash Bush.

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  • I can't wait to see her crash and burn even moreso than she already has.

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  • Republicans, I understand that we must exercise diversity in the GOP, moreso to address the lack of women talent in the presidential race talent pool.

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  • The fact there was no one right answer is very hard for anyone but I think even moreso for students.

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  • This would lead to a jump in inflation, much moreso than what is normal.

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