Albeit (conjunction)

Even though; despite the fact that.

Origin:

Middle english: from old english ætlic, from æt + lic "like".

Examples:

  1. He was able to complete the task, albeit with great difficulty.
  2. The movie was a hit, albeit a commercial one.
  3. I will go, albeit reluctantly.
  4. The project was a success, albeit behind schedule.
  5. The weather was bad, albeit not as bad as forecasted.
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