"Monsieur," interrupted D'Artagnan, "you shall drink of a liquor which comes from one single French word, and is none the worse for
that -- from the word grape; this cider gives me the heartburn.
It was not in the newest fashion, of course; but none the worse for
that, under present circumstances.
Galway Plate winner Lord Scoundrel was a second-last fence casualty in the Kerry National when posing a big threat to Wrath Of Titans, but Gordon Elliott reports him to be none the worse for
that spill and he only has 4lb to find with Smashing on official figures - he is rated 6lb inferior but receives 2lb.
He was a little confused, but none the worse for
One firefighter said: "He seems none the worse for
wear after the ordeal."
Annie Baker's excruciatingly funny 2013 play "The Flick" is back on the boards, none the worse for
winning the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
Central Motorway Police Group tweeted that Bobby was none the worse for
its ordeal following a check-up from the vet.
LOOKING none the worse for
wear, Sir Paul McCartney has returned to the stage after a virus took him off the road for two months.
Despite being muddy, wet and cold, she appeared none the worse for
Beautiful city and apparently none the worse for
not having a professional football team.
Unfortunately for his objection, stiff upper lip is itself an Americanism, from the early 19th century, that has made itself very much at home here, with the language none the worse for
The story had a happy ending because he was caught by a fireman and he's none the worse for
But Ramsay looked none the worse for
wear as he arrived in Scotland.
It was explained to her that the tortoise, valued at pounds 500, had been taken from the shop and now Dally is safely back in his pen, none the worse for
But, clearly none the worse for
the spill, she galloped her rivals into the ground with a brilliant display of front-running in the Grade One contest.