Definition of 'more of'
Example sentences containing 'more of'
Sex had been revolutionized over the last twenty years or maybe Rawly had been much more of an interesting partner than Luís.THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002) BETTER THAN THIS (2002)
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