Definitions

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  • adv. Alternative spelling of nevertheless.

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Examples

  • Which, ne'ertheless, held names of men whose action

    Poems of Paul Hamilton Hayne,

  • "It is much against my will," said Robin Hood, "ne'ertheless, if thou dost wish it, get thee gone, but bear thyself seemingly, Little John, for thou art mine own right-hand man and I could ill bear to have harm befall thee."

    The Adventures of Robin Hood

  • Alas, I would fain not sing before one that can pipe so well and hath heard so many goodly songs and ballads, ne'ertheless, an thou wilt have it so, I will do my best.

    The Adventures of Robin Hood

  • But ne'ertheless I'll wear the cap, and haply prove as true as another to my promise.

    Standish of Standish A story of the Pilgrims

  • Right on the Place de la Concorde, -- I, ne'ertheless, let me say it,

    Amours De Voyage

  • Upon them, ne'ertheless had reached the rampart, [452]

    The Works of Lord Byron. Vol. 6

  • 'Very likely,' answered the pedlar, with great composure; 'but ne'ertheless, I shall take leave to whistle again upon puir Bawty.'

    Waverley

  • 'Very likely,' answered the pedlar, with great composure; 'but ne'ertheless, I shall take leave to whistle again upon puir

    Waverley — Volume 2

  • 'Very likely,' answered the pedlar, with great composure; 'but ne'ertheless, I shall take leave to whistle again upon puir Bawty,'

    Waverley: or, 'Tis sixty years since

  • But ne'ertheless, a statement like that can be saved for an actual story.

    The Clog

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