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however
used in That Summer

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However, complications may...
Definition
though (or another expression that connects contrasting ideas)

(Based on idea 1 we might not expect idea 2, but this is a way of saying that even though idea 1 exists, we still have idea 2.  Synonyms include in spite of that, , nevertheless, nonetheless, on the other hand, in contrastand but.)
  • Gwendolyn's head, however, bowed forward, as if even watching was too much for her.
    Chapter 9 (57% in)
however = a word used to connect contrasting ideas as when using though, in spite of that, in contrast, nevertheless, etc.
  • After the separation, however, my mother was a changed woman.
    Chapter 2 (82% in)
  • however = a word used to connect contrasting ideas as when using though, in spite of that, in contrast, nevertheless, etc.
  • The name had been changed, however, to the Back to School Fall Preview Fashion Show Featuring a Special Appearance by Former Lakeview Model Gwendolyn Rogers; someone had gone around with a magic marker and added on to all the signs.
    Chapter 9 (1% in)
  • however = a word used to connect contrasting ideas as when using though, in spite of that, in contrast, nevertheless, etc.
  • Now, however, there were lights spinning across them, blue and green and red and yellow, catching bits of glitter that I hadn't noticed until now.
    Chapter 9 (45% in)
however = a word used to connect contrasting ideas as when using though, in spite of that, in contrast, nevertheless, etc.
There are no more uses of "however" flagged with this meaning in That Summer.

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  • There was a strange bond between us, however unintentional: the divorce, the wall, the years that separated us or didn't.
    Chapter 7 (32% in)

There are no more uses of "however" in That Summer.

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