more\ better

more\ better
Better. When something has to be redone over and over and over and over....

It's more better than before, but still needs some work.

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  • better — I. /ˈbɛtə / (say betuh) adjective (comparative of good) 1. of superior quality or excellence: a better position. 2. of superior value, use, fitness, desirability, acceptableness, etc.: a better time for action. 3. larger; greater: the better part …  

  • more — determiner & pronoun a greater or additional amount or degree. adverb 1》 forming the comparative of adjectives and adverbs, especially those of more than one syllable. 2》 to a greater extent.     ↘(more than) extremely: she is more than happy to… …   English new terms dictionary

  • more — 1. adjective I could do with some more clothes Syn: additional, further, added, extra, increased, new, other, supplementary Ant: less, fewer 2. adverb 1) he was able to concentrate more on his writing Syn …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • better — better1 [bet′ər] adj. [ME bettere, betere < OE betera: see BEST] 1. compar. of GOOD 2. of a more excellent sort; surpassing another or others 3. more suitable, more desirable, more favorable, more profitable, etc. 4. being more than half;… …   English World dictionary

  • better — [adj1] excelling, more excellent bigger, choice, exceeding, exceptional, finer, fitter, greater, higher quality, improved, larger, more appropriate, more desirable, more fitting, more select, more suitable, more useful, more valuable, preferable …   New thesaurus

  • Better — Bet ter, adv.; compar. of {Well}. 1. In a superior or more excellent manner; with more skill and wisdom, courage, virtue, advantage, or success; as, Henry writes better than John; veterans fight better than recruits. [1913 Webster] I could have… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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