- (proscribed) despite the fact that, in spite of the fact that, although, even though
- 2004, William F. Kelleher, The Troubles in Ballybogoin: Memory and Identity in Northern Ireland, →ISBN, pages 18-19:
- Ballybogoin's Ulster unionists and Irish nationalists, despite that they had been mired in political violence for nearly thirty years and appear to possess identities that correspond to those made in their seventeenth-century encounters, negotiated their identities through everyday practices in the varied social spaces they occupied.
despite is a preposition, and should normally introduce a noun, not a subordinate clause.
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