still and all, except, that, anyhow, til now, but, in spite of, regardless of, heretofore, as yet, nevertheless, for all, despite, until now, in any event, and, for all that, just, so far, although, at all events, after all, in spite of something, even, in any case, moreover, up to now, on the other hand, provided, thus far, unless, to the contrary, at any rate, tho, save, all/just the same, hitherto, howbeit, though, anyway, only, besides, however, at least, barely, even so, still, yet, further, merely, nonetheless, all the same, stock-still, withal, in time
qualified (part of speech: adjective)
qualifiedly (part of speech: adverb)
- Indeed there were few dry eyes in all that church, for my mother, notwithstanding her foreign birth, was much loved because of her gentle ways and the goodness of her heart. - "Montezuma's Daughter", H. Rider Haggard.
- Notwithstanding all this, I repeat that his jealousy was irrational. - "Barren Honour: A Novel", George A. Lawrence.
- Notwithstanding the success of his pieces, this author is said to have died in the greatest distress. - "Paris As It Was and As It Is", Francis W. Blagdon.