- nonetheless; notwithstanding; however; in spite of that: a small but nevertheless important change.
Origin of nevertheless
Related Words for neverthelessstill, yet, though, notwithstanding, nonetheless, withal, although, but, regardless, howbeit
Examples from the Web for nevertheless
Contemporary Examples of nevertheless
Nevertheless, I saw a man die 10 feet from me in my first year.A Million Ways to Die in Prison
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Nevertheless, the family of the little girl sued the company for wrongful death.The Ten Worst Uber Horror Stories
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Abbas has been committed—quite unsuccessfully, but nevertheless committed—to nonviolence.After the Israel Synagogue Massacre: A New Intifada?
November 19, 2014
Nevertheless, Brian Rogers, a McCain aide pushed back against UANI, calling the Rio Tinto-Iran connection “a red herring.”McCain Helps a Business Partner of Iran
November 13, 2014
But I think, nevertheless, it has made me appreciate his sheer ability.Napoleon Was a Dynamite Dictator
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Historical Examples of nevertheless
But nevertheless he could not leave it behind since it was for this he had incurred his present peril.
Nevertheless, I have many things to thank him for, and therefore he deserves praise.Explorations in Australia
Nevertheless I continued to treat him well on account of the interest you felt in him.
But that nevertheless he will not threaten either his own life, or that of any other man.
Nevertheless I believe they all think that I receive letters from Mr. Lovelace.
- in spite of that; however; yet
c.1300, neuer þe lesse; as one word from early 14c., neuerþeles. The sense of never here is "not at all; none the," as in unmerged expressions such as never the wiser, never the worse. Middle English also had neverthelater in same sense.