The name of the psychedelic bus, driven by Neal Cassady, that took Ken Kesey and The Merry Pranksters, and a large container of LSD-laced Kool-Aid across America, in what was to be called The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test.

Fur"ther (?), adv. [A comparative of forth; OE. further, forther, AS. furor, farur; akin to G. furder. See Forth, adv.]

To a greater distance; in addition; moreover. See Farther.

Carries us, I know not how much further, into familiar company. M. Arnold.

They advanced us far as Eleusis and Thria; but no further. Jowett (Thucyd. ).

Further off, not so near; apart by a greater distance.

 

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Fur"ther, a. compar. [Positive wanting; superl. Furthest.]

1.

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

2.

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

⇒ The forms further and farther are in general not differentiated by writers, but further is preferred by many when application to quantity or degree is implied.

 

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Fur"ther", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Furthered (?); p. pr. & vb. n. Furthering.] [OE. furthren, forthren, AS. fyr&edh;ran, fyr&edh;rian. See Further, adv.]

To help forward; to promote; to advance; to forward; to help or assist.

This binds thee, then, to further my design. Dryden.

I should nothing further the weal public. Robynsom (More's Utopia).

 

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