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Synonym: contemptdisdainscornSimilar words: spitein spite ofspithospitaldesperatejupiterwidespreaddesperatelyMeaning: [dɪ'spaɪt]  n. 1. lack of respect accompanied by a feeling of intense dislike 2. contemptuous disregard. 
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1 Despite everything, she bore her former boss no animosity.
2 Despite the bad weather, we enjoyed ourselves.
3 Despite my repeated assurances,( Rob still looked very nervous.
4 I still enjoyed the week despite the weather.
5 Despite the criticisms, she remained defiant.
6 She looked lovely, despite her strange apparel.
7 Despite a bright start, Liverpool lost the match.
8 Despite my qualms, I took the job.
9 Despite official denials, the rumours still persist.
10 Despite the difficulties he threw himself into the research.
11 I was sweating a lot despite the air-conditioning.
12 He persevered despite discouragement from those around him.
13 He's an ordinary bloke, despite being famous.
14 Despite vehement opposition, the Act became law.
15 I like him despite his faults.
16 They achieved some victories despite these setbacks.
17 Despite his lack of experience, he got the job.
18 The guard eyeballed him pretty hard despite his pass.
19 I love him, despite his failings.
20 Despite the frost, the pitch was playable.
21 Despite her eighty years, Elsie was full of vitality.
22 They had a wonderful holiday, despite the bad weather.
23 Despite the decay the mosque somehow retained a profound grandeur.
24 Despite winning the title, their last campaign ended in great disappointment.
25 Despite threats of strike action, the management remain hopeful that an agreement can be reached.
26 Despite the occasional lapse, this was a fine performance by the young saxophonist.
27 Despite valiant efforts by the finance minister, inflation rose to 36%.
28 Despite the continuing recession, the government has asked people to keep faith with its reforms.
29 Despite his great commercial success he still yearns for critical approval.
30 I don't want to be thought insensitive, but I do think we should go ahead despite the accident.
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