Withal [adverb]

Definition of Withal:

also, similarly

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Opposite/Antonyms of Withal:

Sentence/Example of Withal:

And she was so human, so full of life, so ignorant, and withal so pure in reality.

And his instinct told him withal that he must ignore her mood if he would win her from it.

It seemed to her the embodiment of evil, yet withal of wisdom, too.

They are fanatical because of their purity of doctrine, and withal because they live in Nejd.

And withal Mathieu was not yet sixty, and Marianne not yet fifty-seven.

And withal, he laid the blue eagle on his lance at the feet of Yolande.

Yet withal there was a sense of longing to protect and shield him.

He is a man of initiative and push, and withal he is a man of sincerity and tact.

Yet, withal, his condition was better than that of the slave.

Withal he found himself so helpless that he scarce knew what to do.