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Etymology

From Middle English -more

Suffix

-more

  1. (archaic) Used to form a comparative of certain adjectives and adverbs, usually ending in -er.

Usage notes

  • No longer productive in contemporary English except archaically.

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  1. Used to form a comparative of certain adjectives and adverbs, usually ending in -er.

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