In general, it appears monosyllabic adjectives in English form the comparative by the -er suffix. Are there any cases where a monosyllabic adjective can be preceded by more but still be grammatical (it might be an adverbial use possibly?)?
Edit: I've thought of some cases where the adjective is modifying something, for example:
- There are more fast cars today than ever.
- More big companies are choosing Verizon as their phone carrier.
Still, are there any other cases?