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nonetheless
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The Scarlet Letter
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  • Therefore, first allowing her to pass, they pursued her at a distance with shrill cries, and the utterances of a word that had no distinct purport to their own minds, but was none the less terrible to her, as proceeding from lips that babbled it unconsciously.
  • She is my happiness—she is my torture, none the less!
  • It was none the less a fact, however, that in the eyes of the very men who spoke thus, the scarlet letter had the effect of the cross on a nun’s bosom.
  • The Puritans looked on, and, if they smiled, were none the less inclined to pronounce the child a demon offspring, from the indescribable charm of beauty and eccentricity that shone through her little figure, and sparkled with its activity.

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  • Sometimes she gets angry and loses her temper, but I love her nonetheless.
  • The class was hard. It was nonetheless my favorite.

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