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  • adv. Alternative form of natheless.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. Nevertheless.


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  • Enchirius is a little fish unneth half a foot long: for though he be full little of body, nathless he is most of virtue.

    A WMAM too tired for catchy titles

  • Then he besought Robin of Huntingdon, the jolly outlaw, nathless, to join him, and go to the help of their fair sire King


  • "Now, Master Drury, you will nathless make this wilful girl give an account of herself," said the lady, and she sat down; while Captain Stanhope and the rest came into the room, and the servants crowded round the door to hear what had happened.

    Hayslope Grange A Tale of the Civil War

  • "And wherefore not, wise sir? since you would nathless enter chickenhood."

    Hayslope Grange A Tale of the Civil War

  • You may pursue your journey now, young man; but nathless you will speed your return, for the King needs trusty men to do him service in these troublous times.

    Hayslope Grange A Tale of the Civil War

  • "Every honest Christian soul will nathless wish to do so," replied

    Hayslope Grange A Tale of the Civil War

  • Were fallen from the gaping, gumless jaws; nathless

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 103, September 17, 1892

  • Not yet did clouds, dark with wind, carry the rains across the spacious earth; nathless the land lay decked with increase.

    Codex Junius 11

  • A cold rain set in, later, but the friar wended his way back, nathless, to his little hermitage.

    Robin Hood

  • "He has done me a great service, and I be under monstrous obligations to him, but he be, nathless, the Outlaw of Torn and I the daughter of an earl and a king's sister."

    The Outlaw of Torn


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