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    Question none the worse for

    I want to ask what the meaning of the following sentence is:
    "A good song is none the worse for being twice sung."

    In fact, how to use "none the worse for" to express my idea?
    Give me some examples please~~

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    Re: none the worse for

    "A good song is none the worse for(~ not at all harmed by or made worse by) being twice sung."

    I lost a fortune in the recent financial crisis but Iím none the worse for the experience.

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