Did you perchance mean notwithstanding?
- adv. common misspelling of notwithstanding.
“This reflects the reality that, rhetoric nonwithstanding, American leaders have supported democracy when they believed it was in U.S. interests -- and supported autocrats like Mubarak when it wasn't.”
“Nevertheless, Denmark is one of the most free economies on earth, taxes and government finance nonwithstanding. soullite Says:”
“I would not be at all surprised for the Roberts Court, horrendous as it is, to be judicially active more in the future, Obama nonwithstanding.”
“Your well reasoned arguments against libertarian paternalism nonwithstanding, I believe that there are three more basic reasons to reject it.”
“I hate Obama because this man, Harvard educated nonwithstanding, has no class.”
“If he agrees with bush/cheney that torture is ok when we do it, then he is wrong, past experiences nonwithstanding.”
“And there are tons of self-avowed feminists who would disagree with that statement, commenters at one feminist blog nonwithstanding.”
“Concerns of hand grenades and other hidden weapons nonwithstanding.”
“Recently Lockheed Martin, one of the biggest military contractors in the United States, has come up with a new argument for extending their defense contracts: it would be good for America's economic security, nonwithstanding the fact that, out of the top fifty defense contractors, the company has the most instances of misconduct since 1995 forty eight.”
“I have taken what amounts to half a month off, at this point (submission of the Walker Papers proposal nonwithstanding).”
‘nonwithstanding’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for nonwithstanding.