what is more

ADVERB
  1. in addition
    the cellar was dark; moreover, mice nested there
    what is more, there's no sign of a change
    computer chess games are getting cheaper all the time; furthermore, their quality is improving
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  • My family has not forgiven me yet, but perhaps if I make these, that will smooth things over! why so much baking soda? browning effect? because there's not that much molasses (acid). and it's only 4 cups flour. somebody enlighten me! oh and for your molasses question - depends if you want the stronger molasses flavor. robust is probably what is more commonly referred to as blackstrap molasses. the light stuff I think tastes too light for something like a ginger cookie, I think. and given there's only 1/2C of molasses in this recipe to go along with 2 C of regular sugar, I'd def say go for the robust. Jeremy Zawodny's linkblog
  • What is more, protein from plants can be cheap and need not involve you in too much radical diet change.
  • What is more Big Government than legislating effort in athletic competition?
  • What is more, these factors interact with one another and different combinations and sequences will determine what eventually happens.
  • What is more worrying is that many legal and ethical issues are yet to be settled, eg should autonomous cars continue to have a driver? Times, Sunday Times
  • What is more risky, a live orchestra playing wrong notes or a gremlin getting into the electronics?
  • What is more surprising is that we still have an equivocal attitude to the English Baroque. Times, Sunday Times
  • What is more, the book has generated some genuinely warm and enthusiastic reviews.
  • What is more, the closer a nation approximates to the American model - a highly advanced and technologically developed form of modern capitalism - the greater the rate of mental illness amongst its citizens.
  • What is more, the Internet, as a form of a material culture, has worked to render other dualisms, especially that of production and consumption, ‘anachronistic’.
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