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Other ways to say ‘on the other hand’ are listed below, I have included example sentences to show how they would be used in context, in no particular order:

On the other hand

  • Green apples are quite sour. These red ones, on the other hand, are incredibly sweet!

However

  • Green apples are quite sour. These red ones, however, are incredibly sweet!

Nonetheless

  • This particular first aid training course is very lengthy and expensive, but it is, nonetheless, very important.

Nevertheless

  • I am not a very good football player, nevertheless, football is my passion.

Notwithstanding

  • He went to play football anyway, doctor’s orders notwithstanding.

Despite

  • Despite being told to rest by the doctor, he went to play football.

In spite of

  • In spite of his illness, he continued his vigorous training programme.

Having said that

  • I am not a great football player, having said that, I am very passionate about it.

That being said

  • I am not a great football player, that being said, I am very passionate about it.

That said

  • I am not a great football player, that said, I am very passionate about it.

That having been said

  • I am not a great football player, that having been said, I am very passionate about it.

Albeit

  • Albeit his illness, he continued his vigorous training programme.

Although

  • Although this apartment is very small, it is extremely expensive.

All the same

  • The meal wasn’t very tasty, but they finished everything on their plates all the same.

At any rate

  • I don’t think you should play football today, at any rate, the doctor told you to rest.

In any case

  • I don’t think you should play football today, in any case, you have been told by the doctor to rest.

Regardless

  • He went to football practice anyway, regardless of what the doctor said.

On the contrary

  • He wasn’t as good a football player as his team mates, on the contrary, he was more passionate and driven than any of them.

Alternatively

  • Small apartments in this area are very expensive, alternatively, you could settle for a bigger, cheaper apartment in a not so popular part of town.

Whereas

  • The accommodation here is cheaper, whereas, this part of town is very quiet, and there isn’t much to do.

Then again

  • The apartments in the centre of town are smaller, and more expensive than where we currently live, then again, it is definitely much more livelier, and better for a social life over there.

On the flip side

  • We could live in this quiet area for a long time, as we’d pay less rent, and have a bigger apartment, on the flip side, if we moved to the centre of town, we’d have much more to do there, but we’d have to live in a smaller, more expensive apartment, and have less spending money.

But

  • He was a very passionate football player, but he just wasn’t very good at it.

In contrast

  • In contrast to the rest of his team, he wasn’t a very good football player.

Otherwise

  • You should do as the doctor told you to, otherwise your illness may deteriorate.
Super Pro Editor Answered on 07/02/2014.

And “conversely”?

on 03/11/2015.

Your teachings are very lovely. Thanks. Is conversely the other way of saying on the other hand?

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con‧verse‧ly
used when one situation is the opposite of another:
“American consumers prefer white eggs; conversely, British buyers like brown eggs.”

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