Not everyone wants to strip down in front of a lover with the lights on, much less strip down in front of a camera for all to see.
While Hayek, by contrast, is more slippery and much less helpful when it comes to determining what government should actually do.
Politically, we are settling for so much less than what is necessary.
So there was no real World Wide Web, much less social networks that we take for granted today.
Americans are much less well steeped in the many strengths of tech land.
It can scarcely have been much less than the lower number I have suggested.
He found them much less exhilarating then he had imagined they would be.
I cannot be strong, logical, or eloquent in my own native and living language, much less in a foreign and a dead one!
I doubt if she had ever heard of Herbert Spencer, much less read his works.
much less did I imply that Mr. Darwin was pert: pert is one of the last words that can be applied to Mr. Darwin.
Old English læs (adv.), læssa (adj.), comparative of læs "small;" from Proto-Germanic *lais-izo "smaller" (cf. Old Saxon, Old Frisian les "less;" Middle Dutch lise "soft, gentle," German leise "soft"), from PIE root *leis- "small" (cf. Lithuanian liesas "thin"). Formerly also "younger," as a translation of Latin minor, a sense now obsolete except in James the Less. Used as a comparative of little, but not related to it. The noun is Old English læsse.