Origin of albeit
Examples from the Web for albeit
Thus, a strike was averted and we have had a Met season this year--albeit a super weird one.
It struck me that Charles has, albeit unwittingly, accelerated the tendency for the bad to drive out the good.Imagining Prince Charles as King Makes All of Britain Wish They Could Leave Like Scotland|Clive Irving|September 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This was not a musical performance, per se, but you bet your ass this was a “performance”—albeit a well-intentioned and noble one.Butts, ‘Bang Bang’ & Beyoncé: The Craziest MTV Video Music Awards Moments|Kevin Fallon|August 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She walks, albeit a little uneasily, and speaks in two-word sentences.
In fact this is a fairly new subculture, albeit one with a dark underbelly of wax-smoking.
The sheriff managed to make his escape, albeit he was followed and repeatedly fired upon.An Arkansas Planter|Opie Percival Read
I say this very sincerely, albeit unused to think humbly of myself.Life of Lord Byron, Vol. III|Thomas Moore
To realise one's ambition and a crown, albeit a silver one, in the same half-hour, is always worth while.The Mercenary|W. J. Eccott
To seize and master and utilize these energies appeared a thankless job, albeit a necessary one.
This is a record for Georgia nobler far than any she ever gained upon the battle-field, albeit her sons were always in the van.Sword and Pen|John Algernon Owens
British Dictionary definitions for albeit
Word Origin for albeit
Word Origin and History for albeit
late 14c., a contraction of al be it "al(though) it be (that)."