What is another word for in spite of the fact that?

Pronunciation: [ɪn spˈa͡ɪt ɒvðə fˈakt ðˈat] (IPA)

The phrase "in spite of the fact that" is often used to show a contrast or contradiction in a sentence. However, there are many other ways in which the same meaning can be conveyed, each with their own flavor. These include "despite the fact," "notwithstanding," "regardless of," "although," "even though," "notwithstanding," "unhindered by," "while," "notwithstanding," and "in defiance of." These alternatives provide a variety of options for writers to express their ideas in a more nuanced and compelling way, and to avoid overusing a particular phrase or construction. As with all writing, the key is to choose the words that best suit the context and message being conveyed.

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What are the hypernyms for In spite of the fact that?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Famous quotes with In spite of the fact that

  • Even such an obvious idea as to observe an animal with vertigo or to rotate an animal did not occur to him, in spite of the fact that he conducted numerous vertigo experiments with human subjects and made frequent use of animal experiments.
    Robert Barany
  • I was surprised that my wife thought it was a good idea, then again with my agent, another woman, then my editor, another woman - in spite of the fact that all three of them reacted positively I still have this fear.
    Michael Chabon
  • Historically the director has been the key creative element in a film and we must maintain that. We must protect that, in spite of the fact that there is new technology that's continually trying to erode that.
    John Frankenheimer
  • Those of us who actually were working in the region at the time will point out how strongly committed we were to supporting the democratic process and encouraging elections, in spite of the fact that a war was going on in several of these countries.
    John Negroponte
  • And so, the youngsters you have today, even though there are far fewer of them - in World War II 16.5 million men and women in uniform, today roughly a million in uniform in spite of the fact that the country is almost twice as large a population as we had in World War II.
    Oliver North

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