Which sentence is correct?
Il est riche, tout du moins, il a de l'argent.
Il est riche, à tout le moins, il a de l'argent.
In general people say "tout du moins", but in books I read "à tout le moins". What is the correct expression?
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Both are correct but à tout le moins sounds old-fashioned now (wiktionnaire).
There's also pour le moins which has the same meaning.