from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- conj. Even though; although; notwithstanding: clear albeit cold weather.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- conj. Despite its being; although.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- conj. Even though; although; notwithstanding.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Although; notwithstanding that.
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.
I'm appalled by the damage she is doing to her profession and her own reputation as a journalist - a term albeit used lightly in the realm of sports.
The much-hyped Fifth Summit of the Americas is now over, culminating with the Hemispheric leaders 'adoption of the Declaration of Commitment of Port of Spain - albeit with one signatory - the Prime Minister of host country Trinidad and Tobago, who purportedly signed on behalf of all participating leaders.
This question bothers me, albeit from a different perspective.
I have a disturbing and growing sense that ‘change’ may indeed come – albeit from the thus far ‘quiet, normal and obeying’ citizens who are growing ever more fed up with the folly and legislative traps of the Legal Class – of which the story of Paul Clarke is but one example.
It was ‘Now’ magazine, and the article was ‘Hot or Not?’ and showed pictures of various celebrities and the readers were invited to judge what they thought of them, albeit from the comfort of wherever the magazine was being read.
Then came this concurrence from George Will's column on Sunday -- albeit from the opposite direction.
Let us celebrate and encourage the powers that be, that they are finally doing the right thing albeit is amateurish at best.
Obama couldn't be a better stand in albeit a long way to go to compare to the Kennedy's
Still, he identified with the founding fathers and shared many of their ideals, albeit from a unique Alaskan perspective. —