Also nath·less [nath-lis] /ˈnæθ lɪs/.
Origin of natheless
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Natheless it is the Madonna and the Child that your painters have loved best to paint.Dreamers of the Ghetto
Now this, humanly speaking, is impossible; natheless it is rare sport.Angling Sketches
Natheless, 't was no prince led the wildered folk in the Vision.
Natheless, 't is not for his wooing that I 'm ashamed and weary; but they laughed at the Vision.
Natheless, in this battle, the word of my Vision is on the lips of them that slay.
- another word for nonetheless
- notwithstanding; despite
Old English nāthylǣs, from nā never + thӯ for that + lǣs less