Definition of natheless in English:

natheless

Syllabification: nathe·less
Pronunciation: /ˈnāTHlis, ˈna-
 
/
(also nathless)

adverb

archaic
Nevertheless.
More example sentences
  • But natheless: should you be unlucky, it should be possible to talk to them about it.
  • And he was sore vexed and did tell the victor on the field, a knight that hight Sir Arsenius, that for all his men were worsted in the fray, natheless they did fight in the better fashion.
  • He has done me a great service, and I be under monstrous obligations to him, but he be, nathless, the Outlaw of Torn and I the daughter of an earl and a king's sister.

Origin

Old English.

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