no less

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EtymologyEdit

From Middle English no lesse, na leasse. Compare none the less and Old English nōhte þon lǣssa (none the less).

AdverbEdit

no less (not comparable)

  1. Even, furthermore, not to mention.
    He graduated this year — at the top of his class, no less!
  2. (literally) Just as, equally, as much/many as, not less, none the less.
    Diet sodas are no less unhealthy than regular ones.
    The driver had drunk no less than eight pints of beer.

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