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nevertheless

Syllabification: nev·er·the·less
Pronunciation: /ˌnevərT͟Həˈles
 
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Definition of nevertheless in English:

adverb

In spite of that; notwithstanding; all the same: statements which, although literally true, are nevertheless misleading
More example sentences
  • She comes across as a needy figure who nevertheless can not stomach true commitment.
  • She turned down a small role in Breathless, but nevertheless had married Godard within the year.
  • It is nevertheless the set of attitudes which eventuated in the development of modern capitalism.
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