Sentence for despite | Use despite in a sentence

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  • Despite my care the latch clicked. (7)
  • With them he will live despite the word farewell. (10)
  • This time, despite misgivings, Keith had attended the police court. (8)
  • I took off nothing and, despite exhaustion, remained equally sound awake. (7)
  • So he hoped in despite of whispering reason, till Georgiana spoke to him. (10)
  • It seduced me, and, despite reason, I began to feel warm under his compliments. (10)
  • Despite my resemblance to a high-caste malefactor of the Calcutta prison-wards . (10)
  • Despite this reply Herr Ueberhell only laughed and continued the inquisition gaily. (5)
  • Her husband is shaken to confess it likewise, despite a disagreement between them. (10)
  • Cape Breton, despite its name, is an island, and was known to the French as Isle Royale. (19)
  • Slowly the warmth of the brandy died away, and, despite the heat, he felt chill and shuddery. (8)
  • Mr. Peridon was a more welcome sample of the islanders, despite an inferior pretension to accent. (10)
  • The tumult of irony, abuse, and retort, went on despite the efforts of Drummond and the chairman. (10)
  • They had their ramble, agreeable to both, despite the admonitory dose administered to one of them. (10)
  • Sir Austin, despite his rigid watch and ward, knew less of his son than the servant of his household. (10)
  • If I still possessed it I would, despite my advanced age, try the experiment of inoculating myself with it. (5)
  • This had been a grand man, despite his calling, and in the teeth of opprobrious epithets against his craft. (10)
  • Knowing how much Diana forfeited for him, he was moved to some enthusiasm, despite his inclination to be hurt. (10)
  • He was a skilful horseman, despite his abbreviated limb, although we all wondered how he was able to hold his seat. (21)
  • Despite resentment, her deepest heart denied his being indifferent either to her honour or his own in relation to it. (10)
  • It made me laugh, and was so fine (so subtile) that the man himself, despite his name, will never feel the edge of it. (14)
  • She ended with a heartless laugh, in which, despite the tragical contrast her words had suggested, Basil finally joined. (9)
  • Besides, despite his acknowledgement of her beauty, Mrs. Warwick was not quite his ideal of the perfectly beautiful woman. (10)
  • Despite your youth I entrusted you with a great undertaking and you have more than fulfilled my most sanguine expectations. (5)
  • At first I was disinclined to enter their presence, but the master cornered me and adjusted straps, despite my protestations. (21)
  • He had a habit of repeating the formula concerning his poor words; but despite the artifices of his speech, his feeling was genuine. (12)
  • But despite all these protections, it is no uncommon thing for an average citizen to purchase one of these disturbing or dubious books. (8)
  • As it died away I observed that the atmosphere had suffered a change; despite the equilibrium established by the storm, it was electric. (7)
  • His first love was his only true love, despite one shuddering episode, oddly humiliating to recollect, though he had not behaved badly. (10)
  • But she could have given it to Dartrey, despite his love of another, because it was her soul, without any of the cravings, except to bestow. (10)
  • But, again, the sense of humor failed him in his need and despite his disbelief he was profoundly disturbed by that which he did not believe. (1)
  • Now, at the end of July, despite its northern and eastern aspects, a warm and slumberous air came in between the long-faded lilac linen curtains. (8)
  • And yet, despite her flippancy, which was partly designed to relieve his embarrassment, her hand was moist and her eyes were singularly watchful. (10)
  • Conscience and reason had resolved to a dead weight in him, like an inanimate force, governing his acts despite the man, while he was with Renee. (10)
  • He therefore opened the paper, expecting something worse than what he had hitherto seen, despite its formal heading, and he was not disappointed. (10)
  • He was a man endowed to excite it in the most effective manner, to a degree fearful enough to win English sympathies despite his un-English faults. (10)
  • Despite all attention of the practised men of the stables, however, sickness and accidents often send the beasts to the stock farm or the graveyard. (21)
  • And they gagged his trumpet mouth When they had seized on his implacable spear, Hugged him to reedy helplessness despite His godlike fury startled from amaze. (10)
  • Her mind required to hunger for something, and this Reality which frequently she was forced to loathe, she forced herself proudly to accept, despite her youthfulness. (10)
  • Her infinitesimal spells are seen; yet, despite experience, the magnetism in their repulsive display is barely apprehended by sedate observers until the astounding capture is proclaimed. (10)

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Definition of despite:

  • despite, de-spt’, n. a looking down upon with contempt: violent malice or hatred. | prep. in spite of: notwithstanding. | adj. despite’ful. | adv. despite’fully. | n. despite’fulness. | adj. despit’eous (_spens._). (0)

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