in addition


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in addition

adverb added to, additionally, also, as well, besides, furthermore, moreover, over and above, plus, taken together with, then again, then too, too
Associated concepts: alternative relief
See also: also, ancillary, further
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In addition to his fear that she might do it again, he loved her sincerely and devotedly, as he loved his children, seven of them, for whom nothing was too good or too expensive.
In addition to this, I gave private lessons to several young men whom I was fitting to send to the Hampton Institute.
In addition to matters treated in the text, consider how much feeling the authors show for Nature, and their power of description.
When the springtime came, they were delivered from the dreadful cold, and that was a great deal; but in addition they had counted on the money they would not have to pay for coal--and it was just at this time that Marija's board began to fail.
The aeronaut carried a gun firing explosive bullets loaded with oxygen, and in addition, and true to the best tradition of Japan, a sword.
In addition to those fine engravings from Garnery, there are two other French engravings worthy of note, by some one who subscribes himself h.
I was in search of a woman who, in addition to every other feminine charm and virtue, was a woman who had suffered.
She has also extensive commerce with Portugal, Spain, and Britain, and, with respect to the two latter, has, in addition, the circumstance of neighborhood to attend to.
Hunt purchased enough of them, in addition to what had been killed and cured by his own hunters, to load all the horses excepting those reserved for the partners and the wife of Pierre Dorion.
In addition it was Dona Rita who would have to do the persuading; for, after all, such an enterprise with its ugly and desperate risks was not a trifle to put before a man - however young.
She was to be their chosen visitor, she was to be for weeks under the same roof with the person whose society she mostly prized -- and, in addition to all the rest, this roof was to be the roof of an abbey
On the whole his surmises, in addition to what he knew of the fact, increased his friendliness and tolerance towards Ladislaw, and made him understand the vacillation which kept him at Middlemarch after he had said that he should go away.