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  • He was looking more serious than most people had ever seen him appear. Cited from Afloat on the Flood, by Lawrence J. Leslie
  • He saw that he had struck a note more serious than he intended. Cited from The Long Night, by Stanley Weyman
  • The injury to her foot had been more serious than it had seemed. Cited from The Trumpeter Swan, by Temple Bailey
  • The present situation is much more serious than I would have believed possible. Cited from Spacehounds of IPC, by Edward Elmer Smith
  • Youth is always more serious than middle age, for the same reason. Cited from Germany and the Germans, by Price Collier
  • However, it was more serious than he knew, and he did not get well. Cited from The Militants, by Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews
  • To me it did not appear much more serious than before. Cited from The Young Forester, by Zane Grey
  • The danger was serious, and appeared still more serious than it really was. Cited from The History of Rome (Volumes 1-5), by Theodor Mommsen
  • As to the third letter, it was in truth much more serious than the two others. Cited from Marcella, by Mrs. Humphry Ward [AKA: Mary Augusta Arnold Ward]
  • Was the danger much more serious than he would own? Cited from The Old Lumberman's Secret, by Annie Roe Carr
  • In a way your danger is even more serious than mine. Cited from The Devil's Own, by Randall Parrish
  • This was more serious than it had at first appeared. Cited from Roden's Corner, by Henry Seton Merriman
  • As a whole, the Japanese version is more serious than the American version.
  • The interest is, however, more of a serious than of a comic nature. Cited from Characters of Shakespeare's Plays, Wm. Hazlitt
  • I was trying to make the matter sound more serious than I felt it to be. Cited from We Three, by Gouverneur Morris
  • However she later said that her injuries were more serious than she said at the time.
  • Far more serious than her political losses were the economic results to Germany. Cited from Modern Europe V.1, by Carlton J. H. Hayes
  • There is a larger demand for books called serious than in England. Cited from Studies in Literature, by John Morley
  • The consequence to the Government will be less serious than might at first appear. Cited from Journey through the Kingdom of Oude, Vols. I & II, by William Sleeman
  • Matters now began to look more serious than at first. Cited from Afar in the Forest, by W.H.G. Kingston
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