One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to express the view that a minimalist approach to artistic or aesthetic matters is more effective.
- ‘Less is more for some of your favorite stars.’
- ‘This is arguably a case where less is more.’
- ‘Concerned with characters more than special effects, Fawcett has succeeded in creating a film where less is more.’
- ‘Well I think in many cases less is more.’
- ‘My idea of sexy is that less is more.’
- ‘Remember you can still look sexy without revealing all your goods; less is more!’
- ‘One of the lessons for the market is " less is more ".’
- ‘The structure is exposed to demonstrate that less is more.’
- ‘You could sum the site up by saying less is more.’
- ‘Indeed, the majority of the evidence still suggests that in the care of patients with low back pain, less is more.’
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