1. Lesser definition is - of less size, quality, degree, or significance : of lower status
Lesser, Less, Lower
2. How to use Lesser in a sentence.
3. Lesser adjective lower, slighter, secondary, subsidiary, subordinate, inferior, less important He was feared by other, Lesser, men
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4. Smaller, as in size or importance; inferior: a Lesser evil
5. 7 synonyms of Lesser from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 14 related words, definitions, and antonyms
6. Lesser: having not so great importance or rank as another
7. Find 27 ways to say Lesser, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
8. / ˈles.ɚ / used to describe something that is not as great in size, amount, or importance as something else: A Lesser man (= a man who was not as strong or brave) might have given up at that point
9. The charge of murder was altered to the Lesser …
10. But there are other forms such as: Little – Lesser – Least
Little, Lesser, Least
11. Today, Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith is a third generation law firm that has grown to 11 lawyers working across four offices in West Palm Beach, Stuart, Wellington and Boca Raton.
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12. Lesser, Newman, Aleo & Nasser’s lawyers have been publicly recognized by their peers for their excellence in complex legal cases since the establishment of the firm in 1973
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13. Senator Lesser's Latest News Senator Matt Lesser Releases Statement Following Governor Lamont Proposal of Affordable Healthcare February 10, 2021 Senator Matt Lesser, Senator Martin Looney, Representative Sean Scanlon, and State Comptroller Kevin …
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14. Small flocks of Lesser Goldfinches are often found feeding in weedy fields or in streamside trees
15. For any form existing in Lesser numbers would, as already remarked, run a greater chance of being exterminated than one existing in large numbers; and in this particular case the intermediate form would be eminently liable to the inroads of closely allied forms existing on both sides of it.
Lesser, Large, Liable
16. Used in names of animals and plants which are smaller than similar kinds, e.g. Lesser spotted woodpecker, Lesser celandine.
17. Less money = not as much money), whereas Lesser is used to modify count nouns (e.g
18. A Lesser amount = a smaller amount, a Lesser man = not as much of a man, approximately).
19. The script was written by a Lesser known writer
20. Definition of Lesser in the Definitions.net dictionary
21. What does Lesser mean? Information and translations of Lesser in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on …
22. Lesser adj comparative (For degree or intensity—e.g
23. Certainly, her love for him is Lesser than her love for her mother.")
24. Lesser, from Eliezer (Hebrew: אֱלִיעֶזֶר , Modern: Eli'ezer, Tiberian: ʼĔlîʻézer, "Help/Court of my God"), is a surname.Notable people with the surname include: Adolf Lesser (1851–1926), German physician; Aleksander Lesser (1814–1884), Polish painter and art critic; Anton Lesser (born 1952), British actor; Axel Lesser (born 1946), East German cross country skier
25. Lesser: 1 adj of less size or importance “the Lesser anteater” “the Lesser of two evils” Antonyms: greater greater in size or importance or degree adj smaller in size or amount or value “the Lesser powers of Europe” “the Lesser anteater” Synonyms: little , small limited or below average in number or quantity or magnitude or extent
Lesser, Less, Little, Limited
26. Lesser (7 Occurrences) Hebrews 7:7 But without any dispute the Lesser is blessed by the greater
27. (WEB NAS NIV) Genesis 1:16 God made the two great lights: the greater light to rule the day, and the Lesser light to rule the night
Lights, Light, Lesser
28. Jabbering clouds of yellow, green, and black Lesser Goldfinches gather in scrubby oak, cottonwood, and willow habitats of the western U.S., or visit suburban yards for seeds and water
29. You can use Lesser to refer to something or someone that is less important than other things or people of the same type
30. They pleaded guilty to Lesser charges of criminal damage
31. He was feared by other, Lesser, men
32. Synonyms: lower, slighter, secondary, subsidiary More Synonyms of Lesser
33. Lesser adj comparative (For degree or intensity—e.g
34. Certainly, her love for him is Lesser than her love for her mother.")
35. Marc Lesser’s new book shows us the benefits of doing less in a world that has increasingly embraced more — more desire, more activity, more things, more exhaustion
36. The ideas and practices that Lesser outlines offer a radical yet simple approach to
37. The Lesser Antilles (Spanish: Pequeñas Antillas; French: Petites Antilles; Papiamento: Antias Menor; Dutch: Kleine Antillen) are a group of islands in the Caribbean Sea.Most of them are part of a long, partially volcanic island arc between the Greater Antilles to the north-west and the continent of South America
38. The islands of the Lesser Antilles form the eastern boundary of the Caribbean
39. What does Lesser mean? Smaller in amount, value, or importance, especially in a comparison between two things
40. Synonyms for Lesser in Free Thesaurus
41. 20 synonyms for Lesser: lower, slighter, secondary, subsidiary, subordinate, inferior, less important
Lesser, Lower, Less
42. Choose the Lesser of two evils To pick the less offensive of two undesirable options
43. I wasn't excited about going to a seminar all weekend, but I also didn't want to lose my license, so I chose the Lesser of two evils and spent the weekend learning about new regulations in our field
Lose, License, Lesser, Learning
44. Lesser & Company is a public insurance adjusting firm that helps fight for policyholder’s insurance claims
45. Lesser Poland, often known by its Polish name Małopolska (Latin: Polonia Minor), is a historical region situated in southern and south-eastern Poland.Its capital and largest city is Kraków.Throughout centuries, Lesser Poland developed a separate culture featuring diverse architecture, folk costumes, dances, cuisine, traditions and a rare Lesser Polish dialect.
Lesser, Latin, Largest
46. Lesser (1935 – 2020) Joseph H
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Lesser, Law, Lawyer, Landy
48. As adjectives the difference between lower and Lesser is that lower is (low) while Lesser is (little)
Lower, Lesser, Low, Little
49. As a noun Lesser is a thing that is of smaller size, value, importance etc.
50. In the Medicare Part D prescription drug program, the "Lesser of" logic ensures that Medicare beneficiaries are not paying more than their Medicare plan's negotiated retail price for their drugs - even when their plan's cost-sharing could amount to a higher price.
51. Lesser is a beautiful writer who speaks with humility and self-awareness that lets us readily walk alongside her on the journey they shared, The story of that journey evokes feelings of admiration, recognition, laughter and sadness, We see the emotional courage they each found along the way, and the beauty of the shared and separate lives they
Lesser, Lets, Laughter, Lives
52. As nouns the difference between Lesser and lessor is that Lesser is a thing that is of smaller size, value, importance etc while lessor is the owner of property that is leased
Lesser, Lessor, Leased
53. As an adjective Lesser is (little).
54. Anton Lesser is a married person
55. He has been married to Madeleine Lesser but the exact date of their wedding is still unknown
56. The couple has welcomed two children: Harry Lesser and Lily Lesser
57. The Lesser Gods in ancient Greece
58. In Greek Mythology, there is a fascinating, diverse range of Lesser gods or minor deities, which personify elements of nature or spiritual concepts.
59. For example, Manslaughter is a Lesser included offense of murder, assault is a Lesser included offense of rape, and unlawful entry is a Lesser included offense of Burglary
60. The greater and Lesser horns (Latin: cornua) are two sections of bone that project from each side of the hyoid.The greater horns project backward from the outer borders of the body; they are flattened from above downward and taper to their end, which is a bony tubercle connecting to the lateral thyrohyoid ligament.The upper surface of the greater horns are rough and close to its lateral border
Lesser, Latin, Lateral, Ligament
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62. Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith was established in 1927, serving its clients throughout Florida for generations
According to usage rules, fewer is only to be used when discussing countable things, while less is used for singular mass nouns. For example, you can have fewer ingredients, dollars, people, or puppies, but less salt, money, honesty, or love. If you can count it, go for fewer.
In normal usage, the word less means a smaller amount or quantity. The word lesser means of reduced value, something which is not as good. @asfallows: Your first sentence is right. Unfortunately your example is not. 'Not as many apples' refers to a smaller number, not amount or quantity, and is therefore expressed as fewer apples.
the lesser evil (or the lesser of two evils) the less harmful or unpleasant of two bad choices or possibilities.
to a lesser extent - used to form the comparative of some adjectives and adverbs; "less interesting"; "less expensive"; "less quickly".