a fortiori

Definitions of "a fortiori"
  1. A term used to express the idea of becoming more certain about something
  2. A Latin phrase which indicates that something is done with an even greater reason or justification
  3. Expresses the concept that something is done with an even more convincing strength or force
How to use "a fortiori" in a sentence
  1. If he could complete a marathon, then a fortiori, he could finish a 5K race.
  2. If the contract is invalid under federal law, then a fortiori, it is invalid under state law.
  3. If a misdemeanor is punishable by law, a fortiori, a felony has more severe consequences.

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