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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishneverthelessnev‧er‧the‧less /ˌnevəðəˈles $ -vər-/ ●●○ W2 AWL adverb formal  BUTin spite of a fact that you have just mentioned syn nonetheless What you said was true. It was, nevertheless, a little unkind.see thesaurus at but
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neverthelessA false belief may nevertheless be justified.Reintroduction of food after elemental regimens must nevertheless be undertaken with the greatest of care irrespective of whether or not elimination diets are used.They have nevertheless exercised considerable influence over judicial and academic thought.Thus we can talk of a local government system which is different from a central government system but nevertheless interacts with it.The followers of this cult are, nevertheless, looking to the future and investing considerable sums of money in it.Having managed somehow to skip going to college, he has nevertheless made a fortune as a very young man.The Sharks played with two men in the penalty box, but nevertheless managed to score.Throughout the Mekong delta, local officials who disdained Tu Duc nevertheless quit the provincial administration rather than submit to alien rule.But the pain is nevertheless real.
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