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further

adverb a greater extent, additionally, at a further point, at a more distant point, besides, beyond, else, extra, farther, furthermore, in addition, more, plus, to a greater extent
Associated concepts: continuance, further consideration, furrher conveyance, further hearing, further notice, further prooeeding, further security, further waste, furtherance

further

verb advance, contribute to, facilitate, favor, forward, foster, impel, motivate, move, promote
See also: accrue, additional, advance, aggravate, aid, assist, benefit, compound, countenance, cultivate, develop, exacerbate, expand, expedite, facilitate, favor, foster, hasten, help, increase, inure, nurture, organize, parlay, precipitate, prefer, promote, raise, side, subsidize, support
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