- 英[ˈnevə mɔ:]
- 美[ˈnɛvɚ mɔr]
At the speed and height at which he was moving, he was never more than half a second from disaster.
He's never more annoying than when he's trying to help.
Quiet and shy, he was never more comfortable than when at his workbench.
But Troy was never more clever than when absolutely at his wit's end.
His crime was a thing apart, never more to be considered by her.
Her beauty was never more resplendent than when she cast a parting glamor at the youth.
Nixon was never more dangerous than when he seemed to have run out of options.
Oh, never more could it turn to him; for faith was blighted - confidence destroyed!
哦, 它再也不能转向他, 因为忠诚已给摧残,信任已给毁灭!
Never more come back the throw stone or the speak word.
We will never more think cheaply of ourselves, or of like.
But never more than fit between prow and stern.
For Degas, sculpture was never more than ancillary to his painting ( Herbert Read )
对于德加来说, 雕刻不过是从属于绘画的一门艺术 ( 赫伯特里德 )
His words were never more than necessary. Always just enough.
But she never more complained of his growing.
The loss is never more than what is currently in your hands.