Howsoever

Part of speech: conjunction

Nevertheless.

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Usage examples "howsoever":

  1. But howsoever, I am sure I love him dearly: So dearly, that if any thing I write For my enlarging should beget his anger, Heaven be a witness with me and my faith, I had rather live intomb'd here. - "A King, and No King", Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher.
  2. I well know how it doth refuse advice, howsoever well meant. - "Peggy Owen and Liberty", Lucy Foster Madison.
  3. Howsoever, we made out at last that he came from an island in this direction; so we just made up our minds to take the boat and come straight away for the island, which we did, takin' Annatock to pilot us. - "Ungava", R.M. Ballantyne.