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Similar words: once moreall thatall the timeand all thatall the sameall throughfall throughpull through
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1. The very compactness of the cottage made it all the more snug and appealing.
2. I admired her all the more for allowing them to ridicule her and never striking back.
3. Her question seemed to inflame him all the more.
4. This result gives us all the more reason for optimism.
5. If he's unwell, that's all the more reason to go and see him.
6. All the more technically advanced countries put a high value on science.
7. Clayton's achievement is all the more remarkable when you consider his poor performance last season.
8. But surely that's all the more reason to act quickly.
9. It makes it all the more opportune.
10. The effect will be all the more telling.
11. All the more reason to come away with me.
12. That makes Frosh's appointment all the more important.
13. By 1952 he was becoming all the more determined that the United States should not be tarred with the colonial brush.
14. Their small majority made them all the more conscious of the problems they needed to surmount to win the next election.
15. It is then all the more strange that 1-2-3 for Windows limits you to using only eight fonts per worksheet.
16. The assault on the bus is all the more terrifying,( the more.html) because it has become so commonplace.
17. A. Then there's all the more reason to make out a covenant. let's say you pay tax at 40%.
18. That possibility is all the more reason to end the conflict soon.
19. For generations the place where all the more mature locals have come to buy their clothes.
20. Their presence was all the more sinister amidst the approaching thunder of anticlericalism.
21. This episode has seemed strange to Sinologists, and all the more interesting for that.
22. Such knowledge can be very simple, and all the more pertinent for that.
23. Beauty on the verge of surrender, and thus all the more beautiful.
24. Those pressures are all the more acute in a parliamentary system where a leader must respond to pressures from his colleagues.
25. The living room is decorated in pale colours that make it all the more airy.
26. Several publishers rejected her book, but that just made her all the more determined.
27. Fashion and change Two features of the present cultural climate make this element of conviction all the more necessary.
28. Still family-owned, most are closed to the public - so these photographs and vivid word profiles are all the more valuable.
29. The inadequacy and treachery of the old leaderships of the working class have made the need all the more imperative.
30. I felt that she had got much more charm and she was younger as well, which made it all the more galling.
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