Is more so grammatically correct?

Moreso and more so are both correct, but in different contexts. Example: Anna’s performance was good, but Emma’s more so.

How do you use but more so?

It’s a strong word, sure, but more so in America. Much like I dress now, but more so. (They have accurately described it as: “Electric, but more so”).

What is another word for more so?

What is another word for more so?

even still
much yet
all the greater all the more
to a greater degree to a greater extent

Is it more so or more so?

“More so” should always be spelled as two distinct words. It is also overused and misused. Wherever possible, stick with plain “more.”

What does more so than mean?

more so than any other: to a larger degree than any rival, more than any competitor. adverb, idiom. The cost of living is high in London- more so than any other European city, it is significantly higher than the second most expensive.

How do you write even more so?

How to Use “even more so” in a Sentence

  1. More often than not, “even more so” is used prenominally, which means that it precedes a noun.
  2. So, if something applies to two things but applies to one more than the other, then you use “even more so.”

How much more so means?

It means: that much sweeter. Whatever something already is, it will be even more that way: the idiom is: that much more so, where the so refers to the state or quality of the thing being intensified. The expression has to be taken as a whole like this: that much more [sweet, dangerous, so].

How do you describe too much?

Some common synonyms of excessive are exorbitant, extravagant, extreme, immoderate, and inordinate. While all these words mean “going beyond a normal limit,” excessive implies an amount or degree too great to be reasonable or acceptable.

Is all the more so?

Definition of (all) the more so —used to say why something (such as an attribute or quality) applies to a greater degree or extent The play was impressive—(all) the more so because the students had written it themselves.

Does a comma go after more so?

In this last example, “even more so” is preceded by perhaps, attenuating the emphasis. What is this? It is also an interjectory statement that comes at the end of a sentence, so it is preceded by a comma and followed by a period.

What can I replace so many with?

What is another word for so many?

a lot lots
a store considerable amounts
copious amounts countless amounts
gobs reams
shedload untold

What’s more than extra?

Extra Synonyms – WordHippo Thesaurus….What is another word for extra?

additional more
supplemental supplementary
surplus extraneous
superfluous fresh
needless unnecessary