although

Part of speech: preposition

Notwithstanding.

Part of speech: conjunction

Admitting or granting that; even tho; notwithstanding.

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Usage examples "although":

  1. " You might say that," replied he-" if you knew who you were talking to - although maybe you've heard enough of me, though you never saw me till now." - "The Confessions of Harry Lorrequer, Complete", Charles James Lever (1806-1872).
  2. Evidently she was altogether disappointed, although she was much interested. - "The Day of Judgment", Joseph Hocking.
  3. When he saw him again, although he was an Indian, he almost cried for joy. - "Little Ferns For Fanny's Little Friends", Fanny Fern.