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adverb. ['ˌnənðəˈlɛs'] despite anything to the contrary (usually following a concession).
- all the same
- even so
- less (English)
- læs (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
- none (English)
- none (Middle English (1100-1500))
- the (English)
Rhymes with Nonetheless
Sentences with nonetheless
Cultural rebellion may not coalesce into an organized movement, but it is a powerful transformative force nonetheless.
Quotes about nonetheless
1. My behavior is nonetheless, deplorable. Unfortunately, I'm quite prone to such bouts of deplorability--take for instance, my fondness for reading books at the dinner table.
- Brandon Sanderson, Mistborn: The Final Empire
2. But I have my life, I’m living it. It’s twisted, exhausting, uncertain, and full of guilt, but nonetheless, there’s something there.
- Banana Yoshimoto, The Lake
3. To be commanded to love God at all, let alone in the wilderness, is like being commanded to be well when we are sick, to sing for joy when we are dying of thirst, to run when our legs are broken. But this is the first and great commandment nonetheless. Even in the wilderness - especially in the wilderness - you shall love him.
- Frederick Buechner, A Room Called Remember: Uncollected Pieces