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Futher vs. Further: What's the Difference?

Edited by Sumera Saeed || By Sawaira Riaz || Updated on October 14, 2023
Futher is the incorrect spelling. The correct spelling is Further, meaning to a greater distance or degree.

Which is correct: Futher or Further

How to spell Further?

Futher is Incorrect

Further is Correct

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Key Differences

Remember "Further" contains the word "her" inside it.
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Oct 13, 2023
Think of "fur" as the start, like the fur on animals.
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Oct 13, 2023
"Further" has the same number of letters as "greater," which is similar in meaning.
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Oct 13, 2023
Double-check for the "r" after the initial "fu."
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Oct 13, 2023
Repetition and practice can help cement the correct spelling.
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Oct 13, 2023
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Futher and Further Definitions

Futher

Futher is an incorrect spelling of Further.
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Sep 14, 2023

Further

Moreover; in addition.
Further, it's important to consider all factors.
Aimie Carlson
Sep 14, 2023

Further

Beyond a certain point.
I can't help you further.
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Sep 14, 2023

Further

More distant in degree, time, or space
A result that was further from our expectations than last time.
The further lamppost.
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Sep 13, 2023

Further

Additional
A further example.
A further delay.
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Sep 13, 2023

Further

To a greater extent; more
Considered further the consequences of her actions.
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Sep 13, 2023

Further

In addition; furthermore
He stated further that he would not cooperate with the committee.
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Sep 13, 2023

Further

At or to a more distant or advanced point
Went only three miles further.
Reading five pages further tonight. See Usage Note at farther.
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Sep 13, 2023

Further

To help the progress of; promote.
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Sep 13, 2023

Further

(transitive) To help forward; to assist.
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Sep 13, 2023

Further

(transitive) To encourage growth; to support progress or growth of something; to promote.
Further the economy.
To further the peace process
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Sep 13, 2023

Further

(comparative form of far) More distant; relatively distant.
See those two lampposts? Run to the further one.
He was standing at the further end of the corridor.
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Sep 13, 2023

Further

More, additional.
I have one further comment to make.
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Sep 13, 2023

Further

(comparative form of far) To, at or over a greater distance in space, time or other extent.
I can run further than you.
I live a little further out of town.
How was your company doing ten years further back?
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Sep 13, 2023

Further

(comparative form of far) To a greater extent or degree.
Of the two civilisations, this one was further advanced.
I do not propose to discuss it any further. - Please, let me explain just a little further.
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Sep 13, 2023

Further

Beyond what is already stated or is already the case.
Chapter 10 further explains the ideas introduced in Chapter 9.
Don't confuse things further.
Further, affiant sayeth naught. (A formal statement ending a deposition or affidavit, immediately preceding the affiant's signature.)
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Sep 13, 2023

Further

(conjunctive) Also; in addition; furthermore; moreover.
It is overlong, and further, it makes no sense.
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Sep 13, 2023

Further

(in the phrase 'further to') Following on (from).
Further to our recent telephone call, I am writing to clarify certain points raised.
This example is further to the one on page 17.
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Sep 13, 2023

Further

To a greater distance; in addition; moreover. See Farther.
Carries us, I know not how much further, into familiar company.
They sdvanced us far as Eleusis and Thria; but no further.
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Sep 13, 2023

Further

More remote; at a greater distance; more in advance; farther; as, the further end of the field. See Farther.
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Sep 13, 2023

Further

Beyond; additional; as, a further reason for this opinion; nothing further to suggest.
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Further

To help forward; to promote; to advance; to forward; to help or assist.
This binds thee, then, to further my design.
I should nothing further the weal public.
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Sep 13, 2023

Further

Promote the growth of;
Foster our children's well-being and education
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Further

Contribute to the progress or growth of;
I am promoting the use of computers in the classroom
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Further

Existing or coming by way of addition;
An additional problem
Further information
There will be further delays
Took more time
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Further

More distant in especially degree;
Nothing could be further from the truth
Further from our expectations
Farther from the truth
Farther from our expectations
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Sep 13, 2023

Further

To or at a greater extent or degree or a more advanced stage (`further' is used more often than `farther' in this abstract sense);
Further complicated by uncertainty about the future
Let's not discuss it further
Nothing could be further from the truth
They are further along in their research than we expected
The application of the law was extended farther
He is going no farther in his studies
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Sep 13, 2023

Further

In addition or furthermore;
If we further suppose
Stated further that he would not cooperate with them
They are definitely coming; further, they should be here already
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Sep 13, 2023

Further

To or at a greater distance in time or space (`farther' is used more frequently than `further' in this physical sense);
Farther north
Moved farther away
Farther down the corridor
The practice may go back still farther to the Druids
Went only three miles further
Further in the future
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Sep 13, 2023

Further

At, to, or by a greater distance or extent.
He lives further down the road.
Aimie Carlson
Sep 14, 2023

Further

To a greater degree or extent.
It's further complicated by the rain.
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Sep 14, 2023

Further

In promotion of; in order to advance.
To further one's career.
Aimie Carlson
Sep 14, 2023

FAQs

Why is it called Further?

The term "Further" originates from Old English "furðra," meaning "to a greater distance or degree."
Sawaira Riaz
Oct 13, 2023

Which vowel is used before Further?

No vowel precedes "Further."
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Oct 13, 2023

What is the root word of Further?

The root word is the Old English "furðra."
Harlon Moss
Oct 13, 2023

Which preposition is used with Further?

"From" can be used, as in "further from the truth."
Harlon Moss
Oct 13, 2023

What is the pronunciation of Further?

It's pronounced as /ˈfɜːrðər/.
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Oct 13, 2023

What is the plural form of Further?

Typically, "Further" doesn't have a plural form, but in some contexts, "furthers" might be used.
Harlon Moss
Oct 13, 2023

Is Further an adverb?

Yes, as in "Move further away."
Sara Rehman
Oct 13, 2023

Is Further an abstract noun?

Generally, no, but can be considered abstract in contexts like "Without further ado."
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Oct 13, 2023

What is the verb form of Further?

The verb form is "further" (e.g., "She furthered her education").
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Oct 13, 2023

Is Further a negative or positive word?

Neutral; its connotation depends on context.
Aimie Carlson
Oct 13, 2023

Is Further a vowel or consonant?

"Further" is a word containing both vowels and consonants.
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Oct 13, 2023

Is the Further term a metaphor?

Not inherently, but can be used metaphorically.
Harlon Moss
Oct 13, 2023

What is the second form of Further?

As a verb, the past tense is "furthered."
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Oct 13, 2023

What is the singular form of Further?

"Further" is its singular form.
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Oct 13, 2023

Which conjunction is used with Further?

"And" can be used, among others.
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Oct 13, 2023

Is Further a countable noun?

Not typically used as a countable noun.
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Oct 13, 2023

Is Further a collective noun?

No, it is not a collective noun.
Harlon Moss
Oct 13, 2023

What is the opposite of Further?

Nearer or less.
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Oct 13, 2023

How many syllables are in Further?

There are two syllables.
Harlon Moss
Oct 13, 2023

What is a stressed syllable in Further?

The first syllable, "fur", is stressed.
Harlon Moss
Oct 13, 2023

Which determiner is used with Further?

"This" or "that" can be used, depending on context.
Janet White
Oct 13, 2023

What is the first form of Further?

The base form is "further."
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Oct 13, 2023

How is Further used in a sentence?

"We need to investigate this topic further."
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Oct 13, 2023

Which article is used with Further?

Both "a" and "the" can be used, depending on context.
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Oct 13, 2023

Is the word Further imperative?

No, "Further" is not an imperative verb.
Aimie Carlson
Oct 13, 2023

How do we divide Further into syllables?

Fur-ther.
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Oct 13, 2023

What part of speech is Further?

"Further" can be an adjective, adverb, or verb.
Sara Rehman
Oct 13, 2023

What is another term for Further?

More, additionally, or moreover.
Sara Rehman
Oct 13, 2023

Is Further a noun or adjective?

"Further" can be both an adjective and an adverb.
Janet White
Oct 13, 2023

What is the third form of Further?

The past participle is "furthered."
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Oct 13, 2023
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