Despite its being; although.
He has a very good idea, albeit a strange one.
Etymology: completely though it be, from al (completely) + be (3rd person singular present subjunctive of been to be) + it
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: a coalition of the words all be it so. Skinner.
This very thing is cause sufficient, why duties belonging to each kind of virtue, albeit the law of reason teach them, should, notwithstanding, be prescribed even by human law. Richard Hooker.
Of one, whose eyes,
Albeit unused to the melting mood,
Drop tears, as fast as the Arabian trees
Their medicinal gum. William Shakespeare, Othello.
He, who has a probable belief, that he shall meet with thieves in such a road, thinks himself to have reason enough to decline it, albeit he is sure to sustain some less, though yet considerable, inconvenience by his so doing. Robert South, Sermons.
even though; although; notwithstanding
Etymology: [OE. al be although it be, where al is our all. Cf. Although.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
awl-bē′it, adv. although it be: notwithstanding: even if, although. [All be it (that) = all though it be that]
The numerical value of albeit in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of albeit in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
There is already some evidence, albeit still preliminary and emerging, that higher levels of sedentary behavior increases mortality associated with other cancers.
If there is any hint of light in Iran’s levying of these chilling charges, it is that Iran’s accusations against Jason will soon be heard in the court of public opinion and also in a court of law, albeit in a Revolutionary Court before a judge whose unfairness has already earned him sanctions from the European Community for violations of human rights.
The Ukraine crisis has calmed down, without being solved; the rest of the euro zone should continue to recover, albeit at a too low pace; and the negative impact from the timing of the summer vacation has finally disappeared.
German business confidence confirmed the decent rebound of the economy in the final quarter of the year, the Ukraine crisis has calmed down, without being solved; the rest of the euro zone should continue to recover, albeit at a too low pace; and the negative impact from the timing of the summer vacation has finally disappeared.
Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.
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