nathless

natheless

[neyth-lis, nath-]
adverb Archaic.
Also, nathless [nath-lis] .


Origin:
before 900; Middle English; Old English nā·thē·lǣs, equivalent to not (see na) + thē, variant of thȳ instrumental singular definite article (see the2) + lǣs less

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natheless or archaic nathless (ˈneɪθlɪs, ˈnæθlɪs)
 
sentence connector
1.  another word for nonetheless
 
prep
2.  notwithstanding; despite
 
[Old English nāthylǣs, from never + thӯ for that + lǣs less]
 
nathless or archaic nathless
 
sentence connector
 
prep
 
[Old English nāthylǣs, from never + thӯ for that + lǣs less]

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