Definition of 'no matter'
Example sentences containing 'no matter'
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The age issue seems to be getting in the way but a crime is a crime no matter what age you are. Times, Sunday Times (2016)No matter how good or bad you do, you are still their dad. Times, Sunday Times (2016)No questions are off the table and they are answered with good humour, no matter if the topic is as hot as the weather. The Sun (2016)No matter how good the team are, it's still very difficult to accept. The Sun (2016)Public sector employment and welfare budgets will be cut back further after the election no matter what the outcome. Times, Sunday Times (2015)No matter what age the competitor. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Two different games, no matter the surface similarities. Times, Sunday Times (2008)No matter how good they can be, you can stop them. Times, Sunday Times (2015)No matter what you say or do, you cannot get them to eat. Times, Sunday Times (2012)No matter how dire something is, you can find something to laugh about. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We all need one another, no matter how impressive we think we are. Christianity Today (2000)As we always must, no matter what. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And no matter how often you shop, make sure you avoid or stop using store cards. The Sun (2008)No matter what you say, that has a destabilising effect on players. The Sun (2015)It was a reminder that no matter how good it gets, it can go at any time. The Sun (2016)The bottom line must be that no matter how committed we are to negotiation, we are also committed democrats. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I think there's always going to be a mixed reaction no matter who you bring in as a judge. The Sun (2013)No matter how many books or magazines you flick through, the ideas just won't come. Times, Sunday Times (2006)No matter, another minute on the clock and it was 3-1. The Sun (2013)We have the kind of relationship that no matter how hard something seems, we'll pull together and make it work. The Sun (2011)No matter who they bring in, who they task with putting them back together again, that is the first thing that has to change. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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