furthermore

[fur-ther-mawr, -mohr]
adverb
moreover; besides; in addition: Furthermore, he left orders not to be disturbed.

Origin:
1150–1200; Middle English; see further, more

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furthermore (ˈfɜːðəˌmɔː)
 
adv
in addition; moreover

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furthermore
c.1200, from further + more.
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Example sentences
Furthermore it is sometimes more important to get published in a more selective
  journal rather than one with a high impact factor.
Furthermore no one actually knows what would happen to the virus if it adapted
  to grow in humans.
Furthermore whether or not defects inherently render someone more capable in
  other aspects isn't even being asked.
Furthermore there are other kids besides you on this blog that do enjoy this
  stuff.
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