Always

Word ALWAYS
Character 6
Hyphenation al ways
Pronunciations /ˈɔː(l).weɪz/

Definitions and meanings of "Always"

What do we mean by always?

At all times; invariably. adverb

For all time; forever. adverb

At any time; in any event. adverb

All the time; throughout all time; uninterruptedly; continually; perpetually; ever: as, God is always the same.

Every time; at all recurring times; as often as occasion arises: as, he always comes home on Saturday.

At all times; ever; perpetually; throughout all time; continually. adverb

Constancy during a certain period, or regularly at stated intervals; invariably; uniformly; -- opposed to sometimes or occasionally. adverb

At all times; ever; perpetually; throughout all time; continually. adverb

Constantly during a certain period, or regularly at stated intervals; invariably; uniformly;—opposed to sometimes or occasionally. adverb

In any event. adverb

At any time or in any event adverb

Without variation or change, in every case adverb

Forever; throughout all time adverb

At all times; all the time and on every occasion adverb

Without interruption adverb

At all times; throughout all time; since the beginning.

Constantly during a certain period, or regularly at stated intervals (opposed to sometimes or occasionally).

In any event.

Synonyms and Antonyms for Always

The word "always" in example sentences

Starchy foods like rice, noodles and the like always *always* either remain stuck to the plate they were on or get washed off and end up drying to something else. ❋ Unknown (2009)

This is something I know but always need to be reminded about: I *always* fall into the do-well/earn-money sector when I really want to be at want-to-do/earn-money! ❋ Unknown (2009)

I've got to reveal a little bias towards Sheridan, as while I was doing the rounds of dancing competitions she was always there, everywhere from Cleethorpes to London, and she was *always* standing out. ❋ Annawaits (2007)

You have to be on guard always about fish bought in the supermarkets..always I never venture near the fish counter in any markets...always refrozen etc. ❋ Unknown (2005)

But they all just stood and knelt around looking at me, as if it were up to me to know, to do, to be the resourceful man in all those films who always took the lead, always… ❋ Francis, Dick (1972)

"Always quarrelling, always quarrelling!" iterated Jackson, but this time unheard by Mrs. Rogers -- "_always_, perpetually quarrelling!" ❋ Various (N/A)

But then he _always_ breakfasted between twelve and three, or a little later on special occasions, and always dined at half past six, or thereabouts, taking two cups of strong coffee in bed every morning, though he never allowed himself but one, and died in the belief that he had never broken the pledge. ❋ Various (N/A)

They always try to be good, always, _always_ -- the more fools they! ❋ Mona Caird (N/A)

He was always tender-hearted, always merciful, and he _always_ forgave. ❋ Jeanie Lang (N/A)

If this were true, how happened it that the notorious swindler, the horse-thief, the convicted forger, and the escaped convict was still at large, -- and not only at large, but always before the public, and _always without a change of name_? ❋ Various (N/A)

'Well, about just such a time every morning, when Charley had gone to school, and I sat by the window as lonesome as lonesome could be, on the sidewalk under the window there always came a lady who was kinder to me than the other ladies, who _always_ looked up and smiled. ❋ Various (N/A)

"Always quarrelling, always quarrelling!" remarked Jackson, pointedly, towards the bystanders -- "_always_ quarrelling!" ❋ Various (N/A)

"I shall wear it always, _always_," she managed to say as she pinned it in the lace of her gown, "and I'll thank you for it properly at another time." ❋ Caroline E. Jacobs (1924)

Was her life to be always like this, —always bringing some new source of inward strife? ❋ Unknown (1917)

That factor is present even in spite; when some vile or atrocious thing is done out of envy or malice, that envy and malice has in it always -- _always? ❋ Unknown (1906)

And yet he always planned to go back to Altamaha, —always planned to work there. ❋ William Edward Burghardt (1903)

It was always -- punctually, inevitably, with the inexorableness of a mechanical law -- it was _always_ the wrong thing that struck him. ❋ Edith Wharton (1899)

Victor's blood always boiled at such a sight -- moreover, his strong arm always shot out, his eyes always flashed, and the great hulking coward _always_ lay prone at his feet begging for mercy with clasped hands. ❋ Forbes Phillips (1891)

"Well, here I am," said a cheery little voice; "but you shouldn't say you need me bad, 'cause I'm always, _always_ good." ❋ Unknown (1887)

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