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nevertheless
used in 1984 by Orwell

11 uses
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Definition
in spite of that (Used to connect contrasting ideas. Other synonyms could include words and phrases such as nonetheless, all the same, still,  and however.)
  • Nevertheless Syme immediately detected a certain lack of enthusiasm.
    p. 51.9
  • He seemed to breathe again the warm stuffy odor of the basement kitchen, an odor compounded of bugs and dirty clothes and villainous cheap scent, but nevertheless alluring, because no woman of the Party ever used scent, or could be imagined as doing so.
    p. 64.8
  • Nevertheless it had been very difficult not to betray a momentary surprise, for in the two or three seconds while he was helping her up the girl had slipped something into his hand.
    p. 106.6
  • Nevertheless he carefully memorized what was written on it, and some hours later dropped it into the memory hole along with a mass of other papers.
    p. 158.9
  • It was like struggling with some crushing physical task, something which one had the right to refuse and which one was nevertheless neurotically anxious to accomplish.
    p. 183.2
  • Nevertheless the dangers inherent in the machine are still there.
    p. 189.5
  • Nevertheless, the few luxuries that he does enjoy his large, well-appointed flat, the better texture of his clothes, the better quality of his food and drink and tobacco, his two or three servants, his private motor-car or helicopter — set him in a different world from a member of the Outer Party, and the members of the Outer Party have a similar advantage in comparison with the submerged masses whom we call 'the proles'.
    p. 191.8
  • Even in his terror it was as though he could feel the pain in his own body, the deadly pain which nevertheless was less urgent than the struggle to get back her breath.
    p. 223.6
  • His face had undergone only tiny changes that had nevertheless worked a complete transformation.
    p. 224.8
  • Nevertheless Winston did not speak for another moment or two.
    p. 262.3
  • He realized, nevertheless, that it ought never to have occurred to him.
    p. 278.7

There are no more uses of "nevertheless" in 1984 by Orwell.

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