It struck me that Charles has, albeit unwittingly, accelerated the tendency for the bad to drive out the good.
The current penalties, albeit very deep, will allow the program and remnants of the Paterno culture to continue.
The café patrons sat down and the conversations resumed, albeit with nervous laughter.
From the beginning it's very apparent that these are Englishmen with a capital E, albeit of different generations.
albeit, one with a lively, feisty character, and a wonderfully eccentric sense of humour.
One stringer was left, spanning the gulf from bank to bank—a square timber that offered possibilities, albeit dangerous ones.
albeit, the power of the media has already surpassed that of politics.
To put the case more accurately, albeit in less lovely phrase, Scott was married by Catie.
But she held out her slim hand, albeit it trembled a little.
To this summons the English paid no heed, albeit they had a great desire to come to some understanding.
late 14c., a contraction of al be it "al(though) it be (that)."