A fortiori (Latin, adverb)

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Term or phrase a fortiori
Language Latin
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Function in sentence or vocabulary adverb
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Definition [F]or a stronger, more compelling reason.
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Source of definition in print Janson, Tore, A Natural History of Latin, trans. Merethe Damsgård Sørensen and Nigel Vincent (New York: Oxford University Press, 2007), 273
Significant terms and phrases strong, compelling, reason

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strong +, compelling +  and reason +
[F]or a stronger, more compelling reason. +
Janson, Tore, A Natural History of Latin, trans. Merethe Damsgård Sørensen and Nigel Vincent (New York: Oxford University Press, 2007), 273 +