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Meaning: "despite," "anyways," or "regardless of."
I didn't want to do it, but I was going to, nonetheless.

I really dislike him. But he's family, so I love him nontheless.
by Ryan VG December 25, 2005
The root of "none the less" or "never the less" might be "no less" or "no less than", with "none" being tangible and "never" being temporal.

It seems to be a comparative phrase. It is usually used in the second half of a sentence after a comma (like the word "but" or "even though").

"None the less" is probably often mis-used:

"He's having a hard time learning english, none the less he is very smart."

sounds better as . . .

"He's having a hard time learning english, but he is very smart none the less."

and the possible root term . . .

"He's having a hard time learning english, but he is no less smart for it."

"He's having a hard time learning english, but he is very smart none the less."
by libbyliterati March 16, 2007
Metal n Roll Band From Watford - Legends!
"Did You Hear That None The Less Are Playing Download Festival This Year?"

"Yeah I Know - They Are Fucking Wicked !"





"Have You Heard That New Song By None The Less? I'll Feel Like Your Enemy?"

"Thats A Tune Mate !"
by SKPCFLR April 12, 2009
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