the term furthermore is used to introduce a piece of information in addition to what has already been said in an argument; in addition; besides; more importantly Furthermore, more than a quarter of the landlords said that if the changes go ahead, they would reduce the number of properties available to people receiving benefits.
- Furthermore, the solicitor's minimal pre-hearing involvement did not raise bias.
- Furthermore, Toyota's assertion of privilege, the attorney said, was trumped by the crime.
- Furthermore, the court finds that Kyle is not entitled to attorneys' fees.
- Furthermore, Gross did not file federal income tax returns for any of the tax years 2001, 2002, or 2003.