notwithstanding

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Du moyen anglais notwithstandinge, calque du latin nōn obstante, lui-même composé de non et de obsto (« faisant obstacle »), littéralement « ne faisant pas obstacle ».

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notwithstanding

  1. Nonobstant, malgré.
    Was she, notwithstanding her mother’s volunteered denial, subject to brief visitations of insanity; or was there here a disguise and a romance? — (Sheridan Le Fanu, Carmilla, chapitre IV, 1872)

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notwithstanding

  1. Nonobstant, malgré.

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notwithstanding

  1. Nonobstant, cependant, néanmoins, malgré cela.
    These were our regular social resources; but of course there were chance visits from "neighbors" of only five or six leagues distance. My life was, notwithstanding, rather a solitary one, I can assure you. — (Sheridan Le Fanu, Carmilla, chapitre I, 1872)

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