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nonetheless
used in The Fellowship of the Ring

9 uses
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Definition in spite of that (Used to connect contrasting ideas. Other synonyms could include words and phrases such as nevertheless, all the same, still,  and however.)
  • They are quick of hearing and sharp-eyed, and though they are inclined to be fat and do not hurry unnecessarily, they are nonetheless nimble and deft in their movements.
    Prologue (4% in)
  • Nonetheless it took another five years before the tale was brought to its present end; in that time I changed my house, my chair, and my college, and the days though less dark were no less laborious.
    Forward (33% in)
  • It is clear, nonetheless, from these legends, and from the evidence of their peculiar words and customs, that like many other folk Hobbits had in the distant past moved westward.
    Prologue (13% in)
  • Nonetheless, ease and peace had left this people still curiously tough.
    Prologue (33% in)
  • The custom endured, nonetheless, of referring to the head of the family as The Took, and of adding to his name, if required, a number: such as Isengrim the Second, for instance.
    Prologue (61% in)
  • Nonetheless I do not ask your pardon, Master Elrond.
    2.2 -- Book 2 Chapter 2 -- The Council of Elrond (48% in)
  • Nonetheless they saw no sign of an enemy that day, nor the next.
    2.9 -- Book 2 Chapter 9 -- The Great River (3% in)
  • Nonetheless it needed the strength of the two Men to lift and haul them over the ground that the Company now had to cross.
    2.9 -- Book 2 Chapter 9 -- The Great River (78% in)
  • Nonetheless as the night wore on Aragorn grew uneasy, tossing often in his sleep and waking.
    2.10 -- Book 2 Chapter 10 -- The Breaking of the Fellowship (2% in)

There are no more uses of "nonetheless" in The Fellowship of the Ring.

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