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English definition of “none the worse, better, richer, etc.”

none the worse, better, richer, etc.

C2 not any worse , better , richer , etc. than before: Luckily , the horse seemed none the worse for his fall . Small investors like myself are probably none the richer after handing over their financial affairs to professional advisers .Yes, no and not Grammar:No, none and none ofNo and none of are determiners. None is a pronoun. No, none and none of indicate negation.
(Definition of none the worse, better, richer, etc. from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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