Moreover vs Hence - What's the difference?

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In conjunctive|lang=en terms the difference between moreover and hence

is that moreover is (conjunctive) in addition to what has been said; furthermore; additionally while hence is (conjunctive) as a result; therefore, for this reason.

As adverbs the difference between moreover and hence

is that moreover is (conjunctive) in addition to what has been said; furthermore; additionally while hence is (archaic) from here, from this place, away.

As a verb hence is

(obsolete) to send away.

moreover

English

Adverb

(-)
  • (conjunctive) In addition to what has been said; furthermore; additionally.
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  • Synonyms

    * du reste * furthermore * further

    References

    * * * English conjunctive adverbs

    hence

    English

    Adverb

    (-)
  • (archaic) from here, from this place, away
  • I'm going hence , because you have insulted me.
    Get thee hence , Satan!
  • * c.1599-1601 , , Act 4, Scene 1,
  • O Gertrude, come away! / The sun no sooner shall the mountains touch, / But we will ship him hence :
  • * 1849 , ,
  • Ye men of Galilee! / Why stand ye looking up to heaven, where Him ye ne’er may see, / Neither ascending hence , nor returning hither again?
  • (archaic, figuratively) from the living or from this world
  • ''After a long battle, my poor daughter was taken hence .
  • (archaic, of a length of time) in the future from now
  • ''A year hence it will be forgotten.
  • (conjunctive) as a result; therefore, for this reason
  • ''I shall go to Japan and hence will not be here in time for the party.
    ''The purse is handmade and hence very expensive.
  • * 1910 , , Section VI: Weak Points and Strong, 8,
  • Hence that general is skillful in attack whose opponent does not know what to defend; and he is skillful in defense whose opponent does not know what to attack.
  • * 1910 , [1513], , Chapter VI,
  • Hence it comes that all armed Prophets have been victorious, and all unarmed Prophets have been destroyed.
  • * 1731 May 27, ,
  • That hence arises the peculiar Unhappiness of that Business, which other Callings are no way liable to;
  • (temporal location) from this time, from now
  • ''The plane will leave two months hence .

    Synonyms

    * consequently

    Derived terms

    * henceforth * henceforward

    Verb

    (henc)
  • (obsolete) To send away.
  • (Sir Philip Sidney)
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