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Nevertheless, still, that being the case. For example, That may be true, but even so we will investigate further, or She claimed it contained no garlic, but even so I could taste it. [Late 1300s]
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How to use even so in a sentence
Even so-called meaningless work can stimulate your imagination if executed with total presence of mind and zero dread.The Stars Predict Your Week|Starsky + Cox|October 9, 2011|DAILY BEAST
For even so-called formal implication gets its significance only on the supposed truth of the terms with which it deals.
Even so-called worldly literature was strongly tinctured with religion.A Survey of Russian Literature, with Selections|Isabel Florence Hapgood
With regard to other species than his own, even so-called civilized man is often eminently selfish and cruel.
It is the last fetich which even so-called liberal-minded people refuse to destroy.The Social Significance of the Modern Drama|Emma Goldman