Definition of more
What does the word more mean?
part of speech: adjective, adverb
Existing in greater quantity, amount, or degree, as there is m. truth in it than you think, 10 is 2 m. than 8, bring some m. water; (abs.) greater quantity, as m. is meant than meets the ear, hope to see m. of you; what is m. (m. important); m. than one person has (not have) found it so; (adv.) in greater degree, as you must attend m. to details, m. in sorrow than in anger, m. frightened than hurt; (forming compar. of most adjj. of more than one syllable& most advv.) m. absurd (ly), m. curious, m. easily, m. truly; m. & m., in an increasing degree; m. or less, in greater or less degree; The m.; be no m., be dead; again, as once, twice, never, m.; neither m. nor less than (simply, literally) absurd &c. [old English]