1. Evidence indicates that "Albeit," which was first recorded in English in the 14th century, never really went out of use (although, admittedly, its use did seem to drop off a bit in the 19th century).
Albeit, Although, Admittedly
2. Conjunction although; even if: a peaceful, Albeit brief retirement.
3. Despite the stated thing; although: The nation is adapting, Albeit slowly, to the new global economy
Although, Adapting, Albeit
4. (Definition of Albeit from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
5. Albeit conjunction even though, though, although, even if, notwithstanding, tho' (U.S
6. Or poetic) His letter was published, Albeit in an edited form
7. Albeit is a conjunction that means “even though” or “although.” It can sometimes be used instead of although, even though, or even if
8. Albeit can never be used to introduce an independent clause, unlike although
Albeit, An, Although
9. The definition of Albeit means although or even though
10. Saying you will buy a house even though it is a little small is an example of Albeit.
11. 10 synonyms of Albeit from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 2 related words, definitions, and antonyms
Albeit, And, Antonyms
12. Albeit: in spite of the fact that.
14. Here are the same sentences above with the term moved to the second clause, where you would usually find it: The old man rose from his armchair, Albeit gradually, The father scolded his son, Albeit gently
Are, Above, Armchair, Albeit
15. The boy headed home for dinner, Albeit at a leisurely pace
16. Albeit is often used to introduce an adjectival or adverbial phrase that makes a concession about the preceding noun or verb —for example: This morning we gratefully received a long overdue pardon, Albeit temporary, from the gray drearies which have toyed with our sanity all winter
Albeit, An, Adjectival, Adverbial, About, All
17. “Albeit” is a single word meaning “although”: “Rani’s recipe called for a tablespoon of saffron, which made it very tasty, Albeit rather expensive.” It should not be broken up into three separate words as “all be it,” just as “although” is not broken up into “all though.”
Albeit, Although, As, All
18. "Albeit" is a very concise way of saying "even though"
19. Make your main statement, then use "Albeit" to introduce a qualification.
20. Albeit did Sigvaldi, the Earl, let his ships fall astern and took he no part in the battle
Albeit, Astern, And
21. Today, Albeit poor in reception quality, I got to catch familiar faces reading news
22. Two decades on, Mesnel is a millionaire, Albeit a very polite and amicable one, and without, it seems, a single element of ego
Albeit, And, Amicable
23. To get to it, imagine removing two-thirds of the carbon atoms and then collapsing the metal lattice, Albeit in a complex way.
Atoms, And, Albeit
24. There are two main types of errors for Albeit
25. Albeit A ridiculously superfluous word found only in history texts and movie reviews
26. "Why, yes, King James IV ; I will be sucking your erect fallous tonight, Albeit I will remain calm and reserved."
27. Albeit - traduction anglais-français
Albeit, Anglais, Ais
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29. Definition of Albeit written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.
Albeit, Audio, And
30. “Albeit” is a single word meaning “although”: “Rani’s recipe called for a tablespoon of saffron, which made it very tasty, Albeit rather expensive.” It should not be broken up into three separate words as “all be it,” just as “although” is not broken up into “all though.” Facebook Twitter Google +
Albeit, Although, As, All
31. Albeit conj conjunction: Connects words, clauses, and sentences--for example, "and," "but," "because," "in order that." (although) sebbene cong congiunzione: Particella o espressione che unisce due frasi e ne determina il rapporto semantico: e, ma, perché, quando :
Albeit, And, Although
32. Albeit From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Albeit al‧be‧it / ɔːlˈbiːɪt $ ɒːl- / AWL conjunction formal ALTHOUGH used to add information that reduces the force or importance of what you have just said SYN although He accepted the job, Albeit with some hesitation.
Albeit, Al, Awl, Although, Add, Accepted
33. Definition of Albeit in the Definitions.net dictionary
34. What does Albeit mean? Information and translations of Albeit in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on …
35. Albeit: Even though; although; notwithstanding
36. Admittedly, the folks who vet potential judicial nominees have had other things to do, but the Bush folks were also preparing for a potential Supreme Court nomination early in their term Albeit one that did not materialize.
Admittedly, Also, Albeit
37. Juan is a great worker, Albeit he often arrives late to the office
38. 🔊 Albeit short, the poem was very moving
39. 🔊 Eileen’s grandfather appeared on the newscast, Albeit rather late in the evening
40. 🔊 Albeit expensive, the house was huge and located in one of the best neighborhoods in the city
41. 🔊 My mother had a unique idea, Albeit …
42. Adverb You use Albeit to introduce a fact or comment which reduces the force or significance of what you have just said.
43. Albeit has been labelled archaic, but it appears to be making a comeback
Albeit, Archaic, Appears
44. Albeit is more often used in informal speech or writing whereas although can be used in all cases of writing
Albeit, Although, All
45. This is one of the main differences between the two words ‘Albeit’ and ‘although’ Loot at the two sentences given below: 1
Albeit, And, Although, At
46. He worked hard Albeit without success.
47. Albeit Meaning: "al(though) it be (that);" see all be it
Albeit, Al, All
49. ‘The same trend applies, Albeit to a less impressive extent, in the abbreviated format.’ ‘To a very large extent the BBC is a government corporation Albeit at a couple of steps removed.’ ‘Six famous women who, Albeit unconsciously, gave us a classic of school literature.’
Applies, Albeit, Abbreviated, At
50. Albeit means even though or although or notwithstanding
51. For example, there is an easy, Albeit expensive, way to fix the crisis in the lab; She has a very good idea, Albeit a strange one.
52. ‘The same trend applies, Albeit to a less impressive extent, in the abbreviated format.’ ‘To a very large extent the BBC is a government corporation Albeit at a couple of steps removed.’ ‘Six famous women who, Albeit unconsciously, gave us a classic of school literature.’
Applies, Albeit, Abbreviated, At
53. It had become assimilated, Albeit in faint outline, into the person she was; - Charlotte Gray by Sebastian Faulks
54. We want to be the first country in the new Europe, Albeit with some American support." - Charlotte Gray by Sebastian Faulks
55. Comma before “Albeit” in more detail
56. Albeit, syllabically pronounced as “all-be-it”, is a type of conjunction that has a contrastive function
Albeit, As, All
57. The role of contrastive connectors such as Albeit is to illicit impactful coherence of contrast or binary negation of ideas.
58. Albeit is a conjunction which means although, even if, though or even though
59. And Albeit slowly, but surely, the health care system is adopting information technology to deliver safer, more efficient, and betterinformed care
And, Albeit, Adopting
60. Definition of Albeit conjunction in Oxford Advanced American Dictionary
Albeit, Advanced, American
61. We found one answer for “Albeit”
62. This page shows answers to the clue Albeit.Albeit may be defined as “(conj.)Even though”, “A conjunction, a joining word” and “Although; even if: a peaceful, Albeit brief retirement”
Answers, Albeit, As, And, Although
63. A synonym for Albeit is though.
64. The German Foreign Minister, Albeit speaking in a personal capacity, made a speech which breached the dam and all sorts of remarks and arguments are now flooding through
Albeit, And, All, Arguments, Are
65. He accepted the job, Albeit with some hesitation
66. Albeit he has failed twice, he is not discouraged
67. Albeit difficult, the job is getting done
68. The evening was very pleasant, Albeit a little quiet
69. Definition and synonyms of Albeit from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.
70. This is the British English definition of Albeit.View American English definition of Albeit.
71. Synonyms for Albeit include although, though, altho, notwithstanding, howbeit, admitting, tho', even if, even though and much as
Albeit, Although, Altho, Admitting, And, As
72. Albeit started off with gorgeous gold-handled makeup brushes, and it has added lipsticks, cheek sticks, and contouring kits since then
Albeit, And, Added
73. For fall, Albeit is all about helping you ace your base with
Albeit, All, About, Ace
74. "Albeit" is a formal word that fits better in formal or academic English though many people consider it archaic
Albeit, Academic, Archaic
75. He passed the exam, Albeit with low marks
76. They are still working for that company, Albeit reluctantly
77. The job I got, Albeit rewarding,is so
78. Synonyms for Albeit in Free Thesaurus
79. 6 synonyms for Albeit: even though, though, although, even if, notwithstanding, tho'
ALBEIT [ôlˈbēit, alˈbēit]
albeit (Conjunction) 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
Albeit is a conjunction that means “even though” or “although.” It can sometimes be used instead of although, even though, or even if. Albeit can never be used to introduce an independent clause, unlike although.
How to Use Albeit Correctly
Albeit is a conjunction often used to introduce an adjectival or adverbial phrase that makes a concession about the preceding noun or verb-for example: