Below are some examples of sentences from classic literature
using the word ‘However’.
“A new hat, is, however, essential. Mine has a six-inch hole in it.”
From ‘Psmith, Journalist’, by P.G. Wodehouse.
However, except for a large lump on his forehead, he was none the worse.
From ‘Just William’, by Richmal Crompton.
“There’s something about Christmas that makes you want
to be good — however little you wish it at other times.”
From ‘The Phoenix and the Carpet’, by Edith Nesbit.
His depression she ascribed to the fact that he
had seen Katharine and parted from her.
From ‘Night and Day’, by Virginia Woolf.
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