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further

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of further

  1. resulting in an increase in amount or number <I think further research is needed before we can say whether that treatment is safe or not> Synonyms added, another, else, farther, fresh, additional, more, otherRelated Words accessory, adjunct, collateral, extraneous, peripheral, side, supplemental, supplementary; new; excess, extra, plus, spare, supernumerary, supervenient, surplus; complementary, contributoryNear Antonyms fewer, less




further

adverb

Synonyms and Antonyms of further

  1. 1 at or to a greater distance or more advanced point <go further along this road and you'll see the sign for the highway> Synonyms beyond, farther, yon, yonder

  2. 2 in addition to what has been said <I'll say nothing further at this time> Synonyms additionally, again, also, besides, either, more, furthermore, likewise, moreover, then, too, withal, yet




further

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of further

  1. to help the growth or development of <she worked hard to further her operatic career> Synonyms advance, cultivate, encourage, forward, foster, incubate, nourish, nurse, nurture, promoteRelated Words advocate, back, champion, endorse (also indorse), support, uphold; endow, finance, fund, patronize, stake, subsidize, underwrite; abet, aid, assist; advertise, boost, plug, publicize, tout; agitate (for), campaign (for), work (for)Near Antonyms ban, bar, enjoin, forbid, interdict, outlaw, prevent, prohibit, proscribe; battle, combat, contend (with), counter, fight, oppose; repress, snuff (out), squash, squelch, stifle, subdue, suppress; arrest, check, halt, retard; encumber, fetter, hobble, impede, interfere (with), manacle, obstruct, shackleAntonyms discourage, frustrate, hinder, inhibit





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