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used in The Mysterious Benedict Society

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in spite of that (Used to connect contrasting ideas. Other synonyms could include words and phrases such as nevertheless, all the same, still,  and however.)
  • Nonetheless, he answered the question truthfully: NO. The next question read: "Do you like to listen to the radio?"
    p. 10.4
  • Now then, assuming that I am telling the truth, can you guess why I would nonetheless involve you in something dangerous?
    p. 79.0
  • "You see," Mr. Benedict began again, "although most people care about the truth, they can nonetheless — under certain circumstances, and given proper persuasion — be diverted from it.
    p. 102.4
  • If the explanation had not satisfied S.Q., it had nonetheless created in him the strong impression that he ought to be satisfied, and so he laughed and said, "I see, yes.
    p. 377.2
  • "Unsatisfactory though your friend's session has been, we are nonetheless close — very, very close."
    p. 439.9
  • But it was smug, nonetheless: "As I told you, and as you now see for yourselves, children, my creation is foolproof."
    p. 459.6

There are no more uses of "nonetheless" in The Mysterious Benedict Society.

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