Definition of moreover in English:

moreover

adverb

  • As a further matter; besides.

    ‘moreover, statistics show that competition for places is growing’
    • ‘The problem, moreover, with value added is that the calculations can be made to hide a multitude of sins.’
    • ‘She will, moreover, have invested a vast amount of time and energy in creating her novel.’
    • ‘Much of the DNA that we possess, moreover, seems to perform no useful function at all.’
    • ‘They can moreover ask any staff member questions relating to the subject matter and purpose of the inspection.’
    • ‘I don't sleep very well at the moment, moreover, because there is a mouse in the upstairs flat.’
    • ‘Trade in weapons, moreover, not only overrides any kind of law on whom to trade with, but also on what to sell.’
    • ‘The original Georgian furniture, moreover, was largely sold off in 1879 in a legal dispute.’
    • ‘Scripts, moreover, are not the only way that information can be stored.’
    • ‘It is not the case of what kind of degree someone has or what school they went to, or moreover - who they know.’
    • ‘The university itself, moreover, is also unable to launch a serious defence of the proposed centre.’
    • ‘It shows moreover that most ordinary people are not innately selfish and greedy.’
    • ‘A person can dress provocatively and, moreover, this can be inappropriate.’
    • ‘The population of the valleys was, moreover, distinct from that of the towns.’
    • ‘These differences are moreover confirmed by the archaeological record.’
    • ‘The subject believes that death is inevitable and moreover believes implicitly in the efficacy of the sorcerer.’
    • ‘The usefulness of any feeding programme, moreover, is greatly diminished if it is not carefully targeted.’
    • ‘These are aspects, moreover, that represent an extremely narrow range of information and opinion.’
    • ‘The client relationship, moreover, is about to get a whole lot deeper.’
    • ‘In spite of the logistical difficulties, moreover, we are doing some good.’
    • ‘These individuals are, moreover, well aware that accidents are bad for business.’
    besides, furthermore, what's more, in addition, also, as well, too, to boot, additionally, on top of that, over and above that, into the bargain, at that, more
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Pronunciation

moreover

/mɔːrˈəʊvə/