Phrases with the verb "to further"

Examples of verb "to further" in the Conditional Tense

Further (Conditional)

He would not further allude to the deeds of blood with which the prisoner at the bar stood charged.

The young man saw that if he demanded to see the Tsar, they would think him crazed and that would further complicate matters.

Duke Edward and Duke Harry would have burned every monkish rookery in the land if it would have furthered one ell their march to the throne.

She became vivid in the light of the so limited vision of her that I already possessed — try positively as I would not further to extend it.

Examples of verb "to further" in the Perfect Tense

Further (Perfect)

So much so is this the case, that now for some time the Government has been furthering this deterioration.

Examples of verb "to further" in the Imperfect Tense

Further (Imperfect)

It was mortifying; but it did not further affect their prosperity, or take from them the means of livelihood; no luxuries need be given up, or any servants dispensed with.

No wonder that the time went trippingly for the two who were concerned in such bewildering speculation as the prince had made possible and who were furthering acquaintanceship besides.

When the general was not furthering the gayety of his friends he was talking with his wife and daughter, who adored him and continually fondled him, and he seemed perfectly happy.

Examples of verb "to further" in the Future Tense

Further (Future)

But I will not further withdraw the veil of our mysteries.

And you will further oblige me, if you approve of the abstract, by yourself filling in the blank space on your check with the needful amount in words and figures.

Now Texas possesses eleven towns within the prescribed conditions, which will further dispute the honor and create us new enemies, while Florida has only one.

You must be aware, Mr Mastrovin, that you will not further your cause by threatening a British subject in his own house.

I have to choose that which will further the work intrusted to me.

Other verbs and sentences related to "further"

Verbs similar to further


The wonder was, considering the nature of his work, and the closeness of his application, that he did not more often indulge in these Bohemian wanderings.


In the course of many days and weeks sunrise had advanced its quarters from northeast to southeast, sunset had receded from northwest to southwest; but Egdon had hardly heeded the change.


The reports you are allowing to go through might be reports which are likely to encourage it.


It was now the sixteenth day of September, and the sultry weather, which had fostered the plague, was sharpening towards autumn.


Heaven forbid that I should interfere with any plans you may have formed on her behalf, except to promote them.


In the Council of the Republic the gulf between the two sides of the chamber deepened day by day.


Your account has alarmed me,” continued he, “for if banditti are in the neighbourhood, I am not safe from their their depredations: ’tis true, I have but little to lose, except my life.


The effect of all this was to intensify the foreboding that had begun to possess me, and to make me look anxiously about, dreading that in some quarter my fear would take a visible shape.


I want to broaden the intellectual horizon of our people.


The tiny audience, strengthened by the rest of the cast who were not needed in the final scene, broke into rapturous applause.


But this praise to his head does not extend to his heart.


Although the merchant did not forward the specimens, Balzac consulted some specialists in Paris, Monsieur Carraud amongst others, who all concurred in pronouncing the enterprise feasible.


Wilson was coming up to help in this operation, and Davenport would take as many of the Egyptian army as he could transport, to reinforce the Arab attack.


The probable ridicule that would result to him from the events of the day he did not mind in itself at all.


When his companion had disappeared the major proceeded to lay out all his notes upon the table, overlapping each other, but still so arranged that every separate one was visible.


The carriage meantime rolled on; the river expanded itself, and gradually assumed the dignity of an estuary or arm of the sea.