- adv. irrespective of
“In the end, it's hard to resist a show staged with such brio, even if it is no more than a dazzling carbon-copy of the best movie musical ever.”
“Undersheriff Herb Eliot was so far down on the list, Tully often forgot about him, even if the department was extremely busy.”
“If this information is even semi-true, this has to be the number-one news story of the year, even if Chinese Democracy really does get released in November.”
“Thirdly, sense-data, even if they be in part subjective, suppose as their condition an objective cause.”
“Branstad strongly defended Cantor's opposition to new taxes, even if they were to hit only wealthy people.”
“But even if couples are fooling around in the massage rooms, I doubt that these twenty-first-century meatpacking heterosexuals are getting it on with quite the frequency that the late-twentieth-century meatpacking homosexuals managed back in the day.”
“But, even if Katherine Kingsley works hard to convey Lina's ego, her radiant attractiveness renders her song What's Wrong With Me? curiously redundant.”
“The level of theobromine in such mulch varies greatly from brand to brand, and there's no way to tell, even if you know the brand, what the level is — it's not printed on the bag or available anywhere.”
“We had connected—at least I thought we had—and were on the same page aboutour plans of being together and raising a child, even if we decided against getting married at that point.”
“I do know the answer to this one, though: Do I want to stay here with my mom, even if that means I have to stay in Shanosha?”
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