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adjective & adverb
Used to express a conclusion for which there is stronger evidence than for a previously accepted one.[as adverb] ‘they reject all absolute ideas of justice, and a fortiori the natural-law position’
Early 17th century: Latin, from a fortiori argumento from stronger argument.
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