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1. Cleverer meaning Comparative form of clever: more clever.

Cleverer, Comparative, Clever

2. However, there are inexplicable exceptions: The Free Dictionary says the comparative and superlative form of clever is Cleverer and cleverest

Comparative, Clever, Cleverer, Cleverest

3. 'Cleverer' sounds perfectly natural to me, and is usually neater than 'more clever'.

Cleverer, Clever

4. While Cleverer is a bit of a mouthful, it is a proper comparative, though more clever would be more common

Cleverer, Comparative, Clever, Common

5. Cleverer or More clever? Posted on May 7, 2013 May 7, 2013 by meghac

Cleverer, Clever

6. While Cleverer is a bit of a mouthful, it is a proper comparative, though more clever would be more common

Cleverer, Comparative, Clever, Common

7. The dictionary says that 'Cleverer' and 'more clever' are both used as comparatives, and that 'cleverest' and 'most clever' are both used as superlatives

Cleverer, Clever, Comparatives, Cleverest

8. Yes, Cleverer is an adaptation of clever

Cleverer, Clever

9. As in, Marsha is Cleverer than Mark, but Madison is the cleverest of all

Cleverer, Cleverest

10. The surest way to be deceived is to think oneself Cleverer than the others.

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11. Indeed, both can be used, although 'Cleverer' sounds fugly as hell to me

Can, Cleverer

12. We always assume that they are Cleverer than we in the European Union are

Cleverer

13. Expand_more Wir unterstellen immer, daß sie Cleverer sind als wir, die Europäische …

Cleverer

14. Former teacher David Didau believes it is - and he's outlined what he thinks are key factors in his new book, Making Kids Cleverer: A Manifesto For Closing The Advantage Gap

Cleverer, Closing

15. How do you boost your child's IQ? DAVID DIDAU DELVES INTO PSYCHOLOGY, COGNITIVE SCIENCE, SCHOOL AND HOME LIFE IN HIS NEW BOOK, MAKING KIDS Cleverer.

Child, Cognitive, Cleverer

16. (comparative Cleverer, superlative cleverest) You can also use more clever and most clever

Comparative, Cleverer, Cleverest, Can, Clever

17. Mr Morton is undoubtedly Cleverer than Mr Kirkby, but he will be hard put to match his popularity

Cleverer

18. Synonyms for Cleverer include better, shrewder, smarter, wiser, better-informed, astuter, sharper, craftier, keener and sager

Cleverer, Craftier

19. By being confident about yourself and your work, you'll present as Cleverer than someone who is very smart and intelligent, but not confident

Confident, Cleverer

20. See 5 authoritative translations of Cleverer in Spanish with example sentences and audio pronunciations.

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21. The will to live, which forms the inmost core of every living being, exhibits itself most conspicuously in the higher order of animals, that is, the Cleverer ones; and so in them the nature of the will may be seen and examined most clearly

Core, Conspicuously, Cleverer, Clearly

22. I hope your candidate's campaign is a little bit "Cleverer" than you are when they go after this.

Candidate, Campaign, Cleverer

23. In 'Making Kids Cleverer: A manifesto for closing the advantage gap', David Didau reignites the nature vs

Cleverer, Closing

24. My sister was always a lot Cleverer than I was

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25. Even More Cleverer continues with special guest and erotic fiction enthusiast, Alice Levine on fact-bringing duty

Cleverer, Continues

26. What treat did Paul McCartney leave for his dog, how long is a tapeworm and just why is 'the cat let out of the bag'? If you've got some facts for us, email bemoreCleverer@gmail.com or tweet us @bemoreCleverer!

Cat, Com

27. Synonyms for be Cleverer than include pull a fast one on, outsmart, get the better of, gull, make a fool of, outmaneuver, outmanoeuvre, outplay, out-think and outwit

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28. Doing 'brain exercises' such as watching Countdown, playing Sudoku or taking a shower with your eyes closed can make us all up to 40% Cleverer within …

Countdown, Closed, Can, Cleverer

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30. Cleverer: superlative: cleverest: DEFINITIONS 4

Cleverer, Cleverest

31. In 'Making Kids Cleverer: A manifesto for closing the advantage gap', David Didau reignites the nature vs

Cleverer, Closing

32. Piracy didn’t fade, it just got Cleverer

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33. This doesn't ultimately prove dogs are Cleverer, just that their significantly longer interaction with humans (they were domesticated at least …

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CLEVERER [ˈklevər]

ADJECTIVE

  • quick to understand, learn, and devise or apply ideas; intelligent.
  • skilled at doing or achieving something; talented.
Synonyms: intelligent . bright . smart . brilliant . talented . gifted . precocious . capable . able . competent . apt . proficient . educated . learned . erudite . academic . bookish . knowledgeable . wise . sagacious . stupid . skillful . dexterous . adroit . deft . nimble . nimble-fingered . handy . adept . skilled . talented .

Frequently Asked Questions

What does cleverer mean?

Define cleverer. cleverer synonyms, cleverer pronunciation, cleverer translation, English dictionary definition of cleverer. adj. clev·er·er , clev·er·est 1. a. Mentally quick and original; bright: a clever student.

What is the difference between clever and clever?

I’m fairly sure that both “cleverer” and “more clever” are correct, but in my opinion “more clever” sounds more natural. For an adjective that ends in -er like clever or eager, adding another -er makes it sound almost like stuttering. Adam is clever. Ben is more clever.

Is clever an adjective?

adjective, clev·er·er, clev·er·est. mentally bright; having sharp or quick intelligence; able. superficially skillful, witty, or original in character or construction; facile: It was an amusing, clever play, but of no lasting value.

What does cleverly mean?

Exhibiting ingenuity or imagination; creative or artful: a clever experiment. b. Witty; amusing: an evening of clever repartee. c. Characterized by cunning or shrewdness: clever manipulation of public opinion. 3. New England Easily managed; docile: "Oxen must be pretty clever to be bossed around the way they are" (Dialect Notes). 4.