sobeit

conjunction so·be·it \sōˈbēə̇t\

Definition of sobeit

archaic

  1. :  provided that :  as long as :  if the heart of his friend cared little whither he went sobeit he were not too much alone — H. W. Longfellow

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Origin and Etymology of sobeit

from the phrase so be it


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