nonetheless

[nuhn-thuh-les]
adverb
however; nevertheless.

Origin:
1840–50; from the phrase none the less

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nonetheless (ˌnʌnðəˈlɛs)
 
sentence connector
despite that; however; nevertheless

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nonetheless
1847, as phrase none the less; contracted into one word from c.1930.
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Example sentences
They're happy, nonetheless, that their book is getting renewed attention.
The market needs sorting out nonetheless.
This is a less tangible benefit but one that is, nonetheless, very important.
This photograph is nonetheless loaded with provocative symbolism.
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