Pronunciation of Further
/fˈɜːðə/, /fˈɜːðə/, /f_ˈɜː_ð_ə/

Antonyms for further:

hinder, oppose, prevent, frustrate, obstruct.

Synonyms for further:

Sense 1

long-distance, extraordinary, secondly, supernumerary, partway, supplementary, urge.

Sense 2

cooperate, advocate, distant, other, speed up, second, short-range.

Sense 3

little, within, plus, long-range, cultivate, spare.

Sense 6

apart, From, away.

Sense 8

off, short.

Sense 10


Sense 14


Sense 15




in addition


Other synonyms and related words:

get ahead, added, beyond, long-distance, tho, then, foment, away, extra, however, speed, only, nurture, yonder, hike, additional, yet, incubate, distant, except, just, nourish, march on, extraordinary, go on, again, long-range, exalt, farther, pull ahead, new, raise, encourage, ulterior, yon, but, off, speed up, additionally, more, short-range, foster, gain, cooperate, merely, advertise, hike up, barely, plus, get on, make headway, thus far, urge, apart, get along, From, supercharge, supplementary, throw out, cultivate, save, partway, gain ground, advocate, out, nevertheless, set ahead, boost, another, kick upstairs, item, far, other, win, else, pass on, second, supernumerary, notwithstanding, bring forward, elevate, long, fresh, move on, advertize, little, push, spare.

additional (adjective)

else, farther, other, another, new, fresh, supplementary, added, in addition, more, extra.

all (adjective)


additionally (adverb)


also (adverb)

furthermore, And, also, withal, too, likewise, moreover, besides, in addition, Including, not to mention, as well as, additionally, together with, along with.

farther (adverb)


additionally (adverb)

besides, beyond, moreover, also, yet, then, yonder, distant, as well as, again.

again (adverb)


also (adverb)

not to mention, additionally, too, Including, And, likewise, also, moreover, as well as, along with, together with, besides, in addition, furthermore.

farther (adverb)


Sense 1 (noun)


Sense 2 (noun)

beyond, extra, added, new, additional, fresh, other, more.

Sense 3 (noun)


Sense 6 (noun)


Sense 7 (noun)

away, apart, little, long, From, long-distance, out.

further (noun)

besides, promote, fresh, push, encourage, extra, moreover, supplementary, advance, furthermore, hasten, assist, additionally, also, help, new, farther, other, more, too, in addition, additional, expedite, facilitate, foster, accelerate.

future (noun)


in addition (noun)

additional, more, extra.

advance, lend support (verb)

expedite, push, foster, contribute, help, hasten, encourage, serve, assist, speed, facilitate, promote.

benefit (verb)

better, contribute, assist, help, avail, do good, serve, favor.

expedite (verb)

expedite, facilitate, accelerate, promote, advance, hasten, quicken, hurry.

improve (verb)

embellish, enrich, renovate, elaborate, refine, garnish, upgrade, correct, improve, progress, enhance.

progress (verb)


Usage examples for further:

  • Well, I need not go any further. - "Dawson Black: Retail Merchant", Harold Whitehead.
  • Before he could explain further,- if he meant to,- the door opened, and Mlle. - "Helmet of Navarre", Bertha Runkle.
  • I asked her nothing further. - "The Home and the World", Rabindranath Tagore.

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