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withal (adv.)

"in addition," late 14c., from Middle English with alle (c. 1200), superseding Old English mid ealle "wholly" (see with).

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Definitions of withal

withal (adv.)
despite anything to the contrary (usually preceding a concession);
Synonyms: however / nevertheless / still / yet / all the same / even so / nonetheless / notwithstanding / at the same time
withal (adv.)
together with this;
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