Definition of always in English:
- This annual dinner for the committee and their friends is always an enjoyable occasion.
- Over the years it seemed to become a household name and the event is always an occasion to look forward to.
- This is always a lovely community occasion and a large attendance is anticipated.
- Throughout this period, there had always been a minority of rebels who challenged the rule of the clock.
- In the past, I've always known every summer what I'm going to be doing the following season.
- Ms Benson said that their phone lines were always quiet in the period coming up to Christmas.
- It will never be over in my heart though because she will always be there, forever and ever.
- Similarly, you get the feeling that speech recognition is the technology of the future and always will be.
- We should always act in such a way to make certain there will always be a human future.
- Then there was the obligatory annoying kid that you always get in these movies.
- I suppose some would call it a woman's book which always sounds a bit derogatory to me.
- I loved Halloween but the costume selection part of it was always the most annoying.
- As a last resort you could always throw out the computer, but could you survive without eBay?
- Failing this there is always the marvellous views of the French Alps to look forward to.
- I think separation seems a bit more straightforward than a divorce and we can always get one at a later stage.
Middle English: genitive case of all way, the inflection probably giving the sense 'at every time' as opposed to 'at one uninterrupted time'; the difference between the two is no longer distinct.
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