all the more

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all the more (not comparable)

  1. even more; notably, but even more notably due to additional information, either preceding or following the statement.
    Lytle’s progress as a boxer is all the more remarkable when taking into account his unique circumstances.

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"All the more" can also be used to highlight contrast from the given or assumed, as in "You might think that my husband's rudeness to me would turn me off; actually, it just makes me love him all the more.

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