-MORE appears in the following tongue twisters:
- A noise annoys an oyster, but a noisy noise annoys an oyster more!
- How many berries could a bare berry carry,
if a bare berry could carry berries?
Well they can't carry berries
(which could make you very wary)
but a bare berry carried is more scary!
-MORE appears in many palindromes (phrases that read the same backward as forward):
- Yawn a more Roman way!
- I maim nine more hero-men in Miami.
- O had I nine more hero-men in Idaho!
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Definition of -MORE
What does -MORE mean?
- [archaic] [Used to form a comparative of certain adjectives and adverbs, usually ending in -er.]
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Quotes about -MORE
Content is he
Has tasted success?
Success- desire for more,
More, more and more,
No end to this more
Where is this more?
Search finds no shore. (Sanjay Mehta)
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