sobeit

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

so +‎ be +‎ it

Conjunction[edit]

sobeit

  1. (archaic) as long as; given that
    • Richard Baxter
      But if a Papist priest should be unduly ordained, or forge his own Orders, sobeit the church think him truly ordained, he can do the miracle.
    • Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Hyperion
      What matters it to the world, whether I, or you, or another man did such a deed, or wrote such a book, sobeit the deed and book were well done?

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