One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘people tend to put on weight in middle age—however, gaining weight is not inevitable’
but, nevertheless, nonetheless, still, yet, though, although, even so, for all that, but for all that, despite that, but despite that, in spite of that, but in spite of that
anyway, anyhow, be that as it may, having said that, notwithstanding
informal still and all
archaic howbeit, withal, natheless
2‘however you look at it, you can't criticize that’
in whatever way, regardless of how, no matter how
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