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nevertheless
used in The Souls of Black Folk

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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.)
  • All, nevertheless, flutter round it.
    Chapter 1 (4% in)
  • Nevertheless, out of the evil came something of good,—the more careful adjustment of education to real life, the clearer perception of the Negroes' social responsibilities, and the sobering realization of the meaning of progress.
    Chapter 1 (81% in)
  • It was a phase of this problem that caused the Civil War; and however much they who marched South and North in 1861 may have fixed on the technical points, of union and local autonomy as a shibboleth, all nevertheless knew, as we know, that the question of Negro slavery was the real cause of the conflict.
    Chapter 2 (2% in)
  • Nevertheless, the Senate defeated the bill, and a new conference committee was appointed.
    Chapter 2 (28% in)
  • Nevertheless, three things that year's work did, well worth the doing: it relieved a vast amount of physical suffering; it transported seven thousand fugitives from congested centres back to the farm; and, best of all, it inaugurated the crusade of the New England schoolma'am.
    Chapter 2 (42% in)
  • Nevertheless, men strive to know.
    Chapter 2 (71% in)
  • Nevertheless, many unpleasant things were brought to light,—the methods of transacting the business of the Bureau were faulty; several cases of defalcation were proved, and other frauds strongly suspected; there were some business transactions which savored of dangerous speculation, if not dishonesty; and around it all lay the smirch of the Freedmen's Bank.
    Chapter 2 (85% in)
  • Nevertheless, the questions involved are so fundamental and serious that it is difficult to see how men like the Grimkes, Kelly Miller, J. W. E. Bowen, and other representatives of this group, can much longer be silent.
    Chapter 3 (64% in)
  • But, nevertheless, they insist that the way to truth and right lies in straightforward honesty, not in indiscriminate flattery; in praising those of the South who do well and criticising uncompromisingly those who do ill; in taking advantage of the opportunities at hand and urging their fellows to do the same, but at the same time in remembering that only a firm adherence to their higher ideals and aspirations will ever keep those ideals within the realm of possibility.
    Chapter 3 (71% in)
  • Nevertheless, here lies the seat of greatest moral danger.
    Chapter 8 (24% in)
  • Nevertheless, the evil is still deep seated, and only a general raising of the standard of living will finally cure it.
    Chapter 8 (28% in)
  • And we have in the South as fine a field for such a study as the world affords,—a field, to be sure, which the average American scientist deems somewhat beneath his dignity, and which the average man who is not a scientist knows all about, but nevertheless a line of study which by reason of the enormous race complications with which God seems about to punish this nation must increasingly claim our sober attention, study, and thought, we must ask, what are the actual relations of whites...
    Chapter 9 (6% in)
  • We must accept some of the race prejudice in the South as a fact,—deplorable in its intensity, unfortunate in results, and dangerous for the future, but nevertheless a hard fact which only time can efface.
    Chapter 9 (34% in)
  • Nevertheless, he struggled hopefully on, and seemed to see at last some glimmering of dawn.
    Chapter 13 (83% in)

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