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We hear a song from our past and are transported back to a memory from long ago, albeit a good or a bad one

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albeit is synonymous with although (it be) not though it may be. You can use whether it be or though it may be instead of albeit.

albeit has a slightly musty smell, like an old book store.

This is the most direct route to the town, albeit a dangerous one. Brigands are known to rob travelers at musket-point along it.

The most contemporary way of expressing your idea is probably though it may be.

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In this sentence, "albeit" is best translated as "although it might be."

We hear a song from our past and are transported back to a memory from long ago, although the memory might be a good or a bad one

  • Thanks. Is 'regardless' COMPLETELY inappropriate? (e.g. regardless they are good or bad) – Max Mar 15 '17 at 14:09
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    The word you're looking for here is whether [good or bad]. – FumbleFingers Reinstate Monica Mar 15 '17 at 14:24

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