Definition of in more ways than one in English:

in more ways than one

phrase

  • Used to indicate that a statement has more than one meaning.

    ‘Shelley let her hair down in more ways than one’
    • ‘Spartans have come a long way this season - in more ways than one.’
    • ‘It has been a painful week for Rangers, in more ways than one.’
    • ‘The three-day expo inaugurated on Monday, is different in more ways than one.’
    • ‘He may be gone but he has left his mark in more ways than one.’
    • ‘So they'll end up paying for their tantrum in more ways than one.’
    • ‘His collection for fashion week was a celebration of denim, a fabric that has made its mark in more ways than one.’
    • ‘It now looks like being one of the hottest Tours ever - in more ways than one.’
    • ‘Johnny Randles reminds me that this year was a historic year in more ways than one.’
    • ‘Keeping with the theme of the play, the experience was tragic in more ways than one.’
    • ‘Since that day almost 30 years ago their lives have intertwined in more ways than one.’