English words and Examples of Usage

use "albeit" in a sentence

Seun's explanation, albeit circular, contains a telling admission.

This is where the United States can play a role, albeit an indirect one.

Wages have increased, albeit slightly, and the Spanish are now buying more.

Oddly enough, denial is a common, albeit useless, allergy-deterring tactic.

But ISIS allows girls to go to school, albeit in a segregated environment.

From a legal standpoint, it's a good strategy-albeit a scorched-earth policy.

Instead, I encountered a trifecta of adverse, albeit short-term, side effects.

Similar stories, albeit not quite as dramatic, are unfolding in many countries.

Lonnie Minkel's road to a new flat-screen was shorter, albeit a little more bumpy.

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Those same discrepancies are visible across party lines, albeit less dramatically.

The broad result: They worsen the divide in all 50 states, albeit to varying degrees.

But the result is still a fascinating portrait of South Seas life, albeit embellished.

Now, it sounds like Rubin is going to get back in the Android game, albeit indirectly.

But the board found the evidence against him, albeit mostly circumstantial, compelling.

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