furthermore, moreover, what_is_more
Meaning: in addition; "computer chess games are getting cheaper all the time; furthermore, their quality is improving"; "the cellar was dark; moreover, mice nested there"; "what is more, there's no sign of a change"
Furthermore, various ailments had begun to cry out.
Furthermore, his majesty has asked my opinion, I have given it; if his majesty ask my concurrence, it will be the same."
Furthermore, before quitting the lobby, Roddy paused long enough to instruct the vestiaire to have a fire laid in his room.
Furthermore, that a man like Benda would want to have anything at all to do with the Science Community seemed strange enough in itself.
"However, there is this difference. You are here to make mischief and we are here to prevent it, and, furthermore, are going to do so."
Furthermore, he bestowed on her father largesse such as succoured him among Arabs, till he was transported to the mercy of Almighty Allah.
Furthermore, if at any time a man is taken captive with ardent love for a certain woman, the two are allowed to converse and joke together and to give one another garlands of flowers or leaves, and to make verses.
Furthermore, a careful examination some weeks before the expected date of confinement enables us to recognize the existence of abnormal presentations and of disproportion between the size of the mother's pelvis and that of the child's head.
The Army is imperfectly represented in this Congress, and furthermore, the Army does not consider the Congress of Soviets necessary at this time, only three weeks before the opening of the Constituent--" shouts and stamping, always growing more violent.
It must be true, for it is evolved from the laws of reason, our only test of truth. Furthermore, the sense of personality and the voice of conscience, analyzed to their sources, can only be explained by the assumption of an infinite personality and an absolute standard of right.