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much more like a king
He looked like the late King Humbert of Italy, but much more like a king.
(W.S. Maugham; Gigolo and Gigolette)
What does it imply here? Did he look 'much more like a king than a real king would [look]'?
Re: much more like a king
It implies that the late King Humbert did not look like a king.
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