One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘though Scott was not particularly interested in early editions he did own several’
although, even if, even though, in spite of the fact that, despite the fact that, notwithstanding the fact that, notwithstanding that, for all that, while, whilst, granted that, even supposing, despite the possibility that, albeit, however, yet, but
1‘You can't always do that. You can try, though’
nevertheless, nonetheless, even so, however, be that as it may, for all that, in spite of everything, in spite of that, despite everything, despite that, after everything, having said that, just the same, all the same, at the same time, in any event, come what may, at any rate, notwithstanding, regardless, anyway, anyhow
informal still and all
archaic howbeit, withal, natheless
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