All the More
is an acrostic for atm.
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Definition of the adverb All the More
What does All the More mean as an attribute of something other than a noun?
- even more; notably, but even more notably due to additional information, either preceding or following the statement.
- synonym: all the more so
"All the More" is a musical album of Kenny Wheeler.
- released in (18 years ago)
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The Sporting Dictionary and Rural Repository of General Information Upon Every Subject Appertaining to the Sports of the Field (1803)
by William Taplin
put in competition with the more attracting sports of the sield; and seems much better calculated for the amusement of a cynical solitary disciplinarian, than a mind open to all the more noble and exhilarating sensations of the chase.
Volume 16: Sports and Recreation by Harvey H. Jackson III
Kentucky resisted recruiting black players until the late 1960s, and Rupp's paternal callousness made him seem all the more reluctant to ...
by David Doughan, Peter Gordon
The Bath Club was all the more intriguing because members also used a Morris tube rifle range.
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- All the more effective at night.
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- Friday meeting mania made all the more interesting.
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All the more Meaning
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The experience of democracy is like the experience of life itself-always changing, infinite in its variety, sometimes turbulent and all the more valuable for having been tested by adversity. (James Earl Jimmy Carter, Jr.)
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