still less

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Definition of still less

: much less, let alone no living person … seemed to notice him, still less to expect him— Thomas Hardy

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let alone, much less, never mind

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Examples of still less in a Sentence

I never suggested that he was incompetent, still less that he was dishonest.

First Known Use of still less

1721, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of still less was in 1721

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