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See also: fürder
- Eye dialect spelling of . comparative form of : more far
- 1857, Frank J. Webb, The Garies and Their Friends:
- "Yes," rejoined Mr. De Younge; "things are gitting mighty critical even in dese 'ere parts; and I wouldn't live furder down town if you was to give me a house rent-free.
- 1888, Frank R. Stockton, Amos Kilbright; His Adscititious Experiences:
- They're a good deal furder off than they look.
- 1897, John Bennett, Master Skylark:
- "La!" said he, "I'll go no furder if they turn me to a goose.