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 boss' rudeness to me would make me respect her/him more; actually, it just makes me hate her/him all the more.

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