although; even if:
a peaceful, albeit brief retirement.
Non-violent resistance is proving successful, albeit toward limited objectives.
The Taste of Freedom Yousef Munayyer May 16, 2012
Flash forward 65 years and the world votes Palestine into existence, albeit as an observer state.
Why The Brits Abstained Hannah Weisfeld November 29, 2012
For a short while, we would have even been in the field at the same time (albeit in different units) at that stage of my career.
The Many Scandals Of The Prisoner X Affair Michael Ross February 20, 2013
Until that utopia arrives, it might be heartening to realize that most students have easy, albeit illegal, access to these drugs.
Randy Cohen’s Three Favorite Ethicist Columns Randy Cohen October 8, 2012
The current penalties, albeit very deep, will allow the program and remnants of the Paterno culture to continue.
Will the Penn State Sanctions Work? Murray Sperber July 24, 2012
One stringer was left, spanning the gulf from bank to bank—a square timber that offered possibilities, albeit dangerous ones.
Motor Matt; or, The King of the Wheel Stanley R. Matthews
Mrs. Roberts exerted herself to laugh with him, albeit she was horror-stricken.
Ester Ried Yet Speaking Isabella Alden
To put the case more accurately, albeit in less lovely phrase, Scott was married by Catie.
The Brentons Anna Chapin Ray
The Street came decorously, albeit with a degree of uncertainty as to supper.
K Mary Roberts Rinehart
To this summons the English paid no heed, albeit they had a great desire to come to some understanding.
The Life of Joan of Arc, Vol. 1 and 2 (of 2) Anatole France
late 14c., a contraction of al be it “al(though) it be (that).”
a city in central North Carolina. Contemporary Examples Albemarle County police chief Colonel Peter Sellers was also present for the conference. On U.VA Campus, Grief Mixes With Relief After Discovery of Body Eric Leimkuhler October 19, 2014 Planned search efforts for Graham have been called off, and Albemarle County Police have taken charge of the […]
- Isabela island
an island in the Pacific Ocean, off the W coast of South America: the largest of the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador. 2250 sq. mi. (5827 sq. km).
- Albemarle sound
an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean, in NE North Carolina. 60 miles (97 km) long. Historical Examples With these two forts the Confederates claimed that they could control the entrance to Albemarle Sound. The Naval History of the United States Willis J. Abbot. In 1667, there were no inhabitants in Carolina south of Albemarle Sound; […]
Isaac [ee-sah-ahk;; English ahy-zuh k] /ˌi sɑˈɑk;; English ˈaɪ zək/ (Show IPA), 1860–1909, Spanish composer and pianist. Historical Examples Yet he is modern, in the sense that he is intellectual and anti-sentimental, as compared with albeniz. The London Mercury, Vol. I, Nos. 1-6, November 1919 to April 1920 Various Mr. Rubinstein succeeded in making the […]