from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • prep. notwithstanding; in spite of.


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  • And prayer has always been taught as having two aspects: the request for what one wants, along with an expression of thanksgiving for all that one has.

    The Vision Board Book

  • Three, six hours of agony would be a small price for all that one hundred-percent guaranteed glory.


  • “There, there,” soothed Donovan, suddenly very Irish, for all that he said he was a good Protestant Ulsterman.

    Morgan’s Run

  • I cannot succumb to them for all that they present a formidable temptation.

    Secret History of Elizabeth Tudor, Vampire Slayer

  • A world-class short-tracker can develop an intuitive feel for all that equipment.

    Zero Regrets

  • I might as well have had parvo, for all that doctor did for me.

    uncharted terriTORI

  • As she scanned the area, she said, Elizabeth, remember how much of a pain it was to be in EVA suits for all that time on the Shmoam-ag ship?

    Creative Couplings

  • And he was a constitutional man, one who disliked changing the constitution, the mos maiorum, for all that the boni said to the contrary.

    Antony and Cleopatra

  • Maranda: With all my heart, I apologize for all that I missed in pursuit of my passion.

    One Season

  • But it is my father I see against the landscape of my mind—the monarch bestride the world, fighting for all that he believed in no matter what the cost.

    Secret History of Elizabeth Tudor, Vampire Slayer


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