Definition of in spite of in English:

in spite of

Without being affected by the particular factor mentioned: he was suddenly cold in spite of the sun
More example sentences
  • For Stella, it is arguable that success has come in spite of, rather than because of, her father.
  • It was totally sold out, packed to the gills in spite of the cold and rainy weather.
  • Anyhow, it was a good day, in spite of the cold, which is turning bitter and nasty.
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