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however
used in She Said Yes

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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.)
  • Looking at them now, however, with their Hi-Liter marks and underlinings and earnest handwritten notes, the impact they had on her is obvious.
    p. 119.5
however = a word used to connect contrasting ideas as when using though, in spite of that, in contrast, nevertheless, etc.
  • Later, however, when we went in to look at her before the viewing, to decide whether she looked enough like Cassie to have her casket open (she didn't), the first thing I noticed was that the satin lining was pink.
    p. 40.5
  • however = a word used to connect contrasting ideas as when using though, in spite of that, in contrast, nevertheless, etc.
  • Afterwards, however, it stung very badly, which I thought I deserved anyway.
    p. 58.3
  • however = a word used to connect contrasting ideas as when using though, in spite of that, in contrast, nevertheless, etc.
  • Since then, however, I have grown increasingly confident that we were not overly harsh.
    p. 69.5
  • however = a word used to connect contrasting ideas as when using though, in spite of that, in contrast, nevertheless, etc.
  • Once we picked her up in the afternoons, however, the battles would resume.
    p. 76.2
  • however = a word used to connect contrasting ideas as when using though, in spite of that, in contrast, nevertheless, etc.
  • Later that evening, however, the same boys came by the house again, in the same vehicle.
    p. 85.8
  • however = a word used to connect contrasting ideas as when using though, in spite of that, in contrast, nevertheless, etc.
  • In the end, however, we allowed her to go anyway.
    p. 89.9
  • however = a word used to connect contrasting ideas as when using though, in spite of that, in contrast, nevertheless, etc.
  • With all we'd been through in the previous months, however, it almost seemed too good to be true, and so for a long time I hesitated to let down my guard.
    p. 96.7
  • however = a word used to connect contrasting ideas as when using though, in spite of that, in contrast, nevertheless, etc.
  • By now, however, she had been doing well for several months, and we were open to the idea.
    p. 104.6
  • however = a word used to connect contrasting ideas as when using though, in spite of that, in contrast, nevertheless, etc.
  • However, the guys at school give me attention.
    p. 118.6
  • however = a word used to connect contrasting ideas as when using though, in spite of that, in contrast, nevertheless, etc.
  • As important as this question is, however, what challenges me most was the willingness of Misty and her husband to make sacrifices in order to rescue Cassie from self-destruction.
    p. 161.9
however = a word used to connect contrasting ideas as when using though, in spite of that, in contrast, nevertheless, etc.
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  • If I've learned anything from Cassie's short life, it is that no adolescent, however rebellious, is doomed by fate.
    p. 150.7

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