nevertheless


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even so

Synonyms for nevertheless

in spite of a preceding event or consideration

Synonyms for nevertheless

despite anything to the contrary (usually following a concession)

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Nevertheless, in order to play the part of critic also, the poet might have developed this beautiful idea in something less than two hundred lines.
Nevertheless I am most nearly doing so when I lie down beside him on the floor and he puts an arm about my neck.
Nevertheless, we feel no temptation to say that the animal desired what occurred, partly because of the obviously mechanical nature of the whole occurrence, partly because, when an animal survives a fall, it tends not to repeat the experience.
Nevertheless, in spite of vagueness and doubtful cases, the existence of cycles in the behaviour of animals is a broad characteristic by which they are prima facie distinguished from ordinary matter; and I think it is this characteristic which leads us to attribute desires to animals, since it makes their behaviour resemble what we do when
Nevertheless the sensation involving discomfort remains the prime mover.
Thus what was originally a false opinion as to the object of a desire acquires a certain truth: the false opinion generates a secondary subsidiary desire, which nevertheless becomes real.
Nevertheless, desire for beliefs, as opposed to desire for facts, is exceedingly potent both individually and socially.
Nevertheless, there is much in this book that will be of interest to social workers everywhere.
Nevertheless, according to the consultant, they'll have to spend another $1 billion to update the entire system.
Abdessemed's work is permeated by a way of thinking that does not intend to demonstrate a specific point of view but nevertheless carries within it a light, amused critique of the contemporary world.
Nevertheless, the same study reviewing these results claims "Patterns of freshwater accumulation observed in the Nordic Seas suggest a century timescale (italics mine) to reach freshening thresholds critical to that portion of the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation (see the article by Ruth Curry and Cecilie Mauritzen in the June 17, 2005, issue of Science).
Nevertheless, the result is typical for this industry: crossovers, soft-roaders, and SUVs from every platform, even when they compete against their siblings.
Even if it turns out that we're amazingly complex biological machines, we nevertheless remain persons, and our desire to be treated as ends in ourselves won't diminish.
While this building is not one of Shuhei Endo's most rigorous, responding to a fairly limited brief, on a charmless site, it nevertheless brings a moment of interest to an otherwise banal strip of less convincing commercial shop fronts.
That's because in traditional scientific language, races are synonymous with subspecies--organisms in the same species that can interbreed but nevertheless are distinctive genetically.