Origin of nevertheless
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Nevertheless, I saw a man die 10 feet from me in my first year.
Nevertheless, the family of the little girl sued the company for wrongful death.
Abbas has been committed—quite unsuccessfully, but nevertheless committed—to nonviolence.After the Israel Synagogue Massacre: A New Intifada?|Michael Tomasky|November 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Nevertheless, Brian Rogers, a McCain aide pushed back against UANI, calling the Rio Tinto-Iran connection “a red herring.”
But I think, nevertheless, it has made me appreciate his sheer ability.
Nevertheless he is called to be a "leader," with the responsibilities and duties of a leader.Messages from the Epistle to the Hebrews|Handley C.G. Moule
Nevertheless it was so deceptive that when the Nell came in sight she was not close enough to the left shore for safety.A Canyon Voyage|Frederick S. Dellenbaugh
That is the way people do fall in love, nevertheless, and the only way.Les Misrables|Victor Hugo
Nevertheless, the calling of guide was kept in the same family for generations.
Nevertheless, he regretted the very smell of the gas and the noise of the omnibuses.Sentimental Education Vol 1|Gustave Flaubert
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.