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nev·er·the·less

 (nĕv′ər-thə-lĕs′)
adv.
In spite of that; nonetheless; however: a small, nevertheless fatal error.

nevertheless

(ˌnɛvəðəˈlɛs) or

ne'ertheless

sentence connector
in spite of that; however; yet

nev•er•the•less

(ˌnɛv ər ðəˈlɛs)

adv.
nonetheless; notwithstanding; however; in spite of that: a small but nevertheless important change.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.nevertheless - despite anything to the contrary (usually following a concession); "although I'm a little afraid, however I'd like to try it"; "while we disliked each other, nevertheless we agreed"; "he was a stern yet fair master"; "granted that it is dangerous, all the same I still want to go"

nevertheless

adverb even so, still, however, yet, regardless, nonetheless, notwithstanding, in spite of that, (even) though, but She found him physically repugnant, but she nevertheless agreed to marry him.

nevertheless

adverb
In spite of a preceding event or consideration:
Informal: still and all.
Translations
nicméně
alligevelikke desto mindre
siitä huolimatta
bez obzira na
engu aî síîur
それでも
그럼에도 불구하고
tamen
totuşi
vseeno
icke desto mindre
แต่อย่างไรก็ตาม
tuy nhiên

nevertheless

[ˌnevəðəˈles] ADVsin embargo, no obstante
nevertheless, it is true that ...; it is nevertheless true thatsin embargo or no obstante es verdad que ...
he is nevertheless my brothersin embargo, es mi hermano
I don't like him but I appreciate his qualities neverthelessno me cae bien, pero a pesar de todoapreciar

nevertheless

[ˌnɛvərðəˈlɛs] advcependant

nevertheless

advtrotzdem, dennoch, nichtsdestoweniger (geh)

nevertheless

[ˌnɛvəðəˈlɛs] advtuttavia, cionondimeno, ciononostante

never

(ˈnevə) adverb
not ever; at no time. I shall never go there again; Never have I been so angry.
ˌneverˈmore adverb
never again.
ˌnevertheˈless (-ðəˈles) adverb
in spite of that. I am feeling ill, but I shall come with you nevertheless.

nevertheless

رُغْمَ ذَلِكَ nicméně ikke desto mindre nichtsdestoweniger παρ’ όλα αυτά sin embargo siitä huolimatta néanmoins bez obzira na tuttavia それでも 그럼에도 불구하고 desalniettemin ikke desto mindre niemniej jednak todavia тем не менее icke desto mindre แต่อย่างไรก็ตาม bununla birlikte tuy nhiên 不过

nevertheless

adv. sin embargo, no obstante.
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Something he saw lurking in the star- ing eyes told him that the man who had nothing to say to others had nevertheless something to say to him.
Nevertheless, that legend has stuck in my mind, and sunflower-bordered roads always seem to me the roads to freedom.
Carr's daughters, nevertheless from time to time cast a paternal glance backwards upon their escorts, who had each seized a handle of the two trunks, and were carrying them in couples at the young ladies' side.
Without absolutely expressing a doubt whether the stalwart Puritan had acted as a man of conscience and integrity throughout the proceedings which have been sketched, they, nevertheless, hinted that he was about to build his house over an unquiet grave.
Nevertheless, vixenly as she looks, many people are seeking at this very moment to shelter themselves under the wing of the federal eagle; imagining, I presume, that her bosom has all the softness and snugness of an eiderdown pillow.
Oh, yes," he nevertheless replied--"they must have repeated them.
Euroclydon, nevertheless, is a mighty pleasant zephyr to any one in-doors, with his feet on the hob quietly toasting for bed.
Espied by some timid man-of-war or blundering discovery-vessel from afar, when the distance obscuring the swarming fowls, nevertheless still shows the white mass floating in the sun, and the white spray heaving high against it; straightway the whale's unharming corpse, with trembling fingers is set down in the log -- shoals, rocks, and breakers hereabouts: beware
He said the hard words kindly, but they nearly broke poor Hildegarde's heart, nevertheless.
Nevertheless he was sorry afterwards, for he found that the parrot had spoken the truth.
Nevertheless it is clear that such persons as the writer of these notes not only may, but positively must, exist in our society, when we consider the circumstances in the midst of which our society is formed.
Up to that time, whether from devotedness or from want of power to act against it, this maxim, without being generally adopted, nevertheless passed from theory into practice; but the notes did it injury.