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- The Achaeans were angry and disgusted, yet none the less he kept on brawling and bawling at the son of Atreus.Book 2 (26% in)
- He accepted the sacrifice, yet none the less increased their toil continually.Book 2 (48% in)
- None the less miserably shall you perish till there is not a man of you but has paid in full for the death of Patroclus and the havoc you wrought among the Achaeans whom you have slain while I held aloof from battle.Book 21 (22% in)
- "Alas," said he to himself in his dismay, "if I fly before mighty Achilles, and go where all the others are being driven in rout, he will none the less catch me and kill me for a coward.Book 21 (91% in)
There are no more uses of "nonetheless" in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Butler).
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