even though you go into Valkyrie knowing how it will end, the details of history are still plenty engaging.
even though they went out for part of the time that Stern was seeing Brossard, this woman said she never heard mention of her.
So, even though he got injured, I wanted him to come out whole.
The studies are notable because Catholic nuns are among the patients, even though the Vatican has condemned stem-cell research.
even though we have an African-American president, the topic of race is fraught with triggers, as Ferguson shows.
Do your work honestly and thoroughly, even though it be the custom to do otherwise.
He was no longer in a mood to counsel fight, even though he disliked to submit.
And Claudius felt it, even though he would not acknowledge it.
It would seem that Peppajee understood, even though his speech was halting.
Of this I was determined, even though death itself would come to me as the penalty of my long silence.
c.1200, from Old English þeah, and in part from Old Norse þo "though," both from Proto-Germanic *thaukh (cf. Gothic þauh, Old Frisian thach, Middle Dutch, Dutch doch, Old High German doh, German doch), from PIE demonstrative pronoun *to- (see that). The evolution of the terminal sound did not follow laugh, tough, etc., though a tendency to end the word in "f" existed c.1300-1750 and persists in dialects.