Definition of allways
1. always [ r ] at all times; all the time and on every occasion
Examples: "I will always be there to help you" "always arrives on time" "there is always some pollution in the air" "ever hoping to strike it rich" "ever busy"
(The Dallas Morning News,...)
`` We always like to keep the ball as much as we can against Denver because they have such an explosive attack '' , explained Stram .
(The Times-Picayune, [New Orleans]...)
But even mother 's loving attitude will not always prevent misbehavior .
(The Christian Science Monitor,...)
An enthusiastic audience confirmed the `` live '' character of the hour , and provided the interaction between musician and hearer which almost always seems to improve the quality of performance .
(William G. Pollard, Physicist and Christian....)
The audience leaves the play under a spell , It is the kind of spell which the exposure to spirit in its living active manifestation always evokes .
The concept of unity , in which positive and negative are attributes of the same force , in which good and evil are relative , ever-changing , and always joined to the same phenomenon - such a concept is still reserved to the physical_sciences and to the few who have grasped the history of ideas .Synonyms always ever e'er Related Terms never
2. always [ r ] seemingly without interruption; often and repeatedly
Examples: "always looking for faults" "it is always raining" "he is forever cracking jokes" "they are forever arguing"
3. always [ r ] at any time or in any event
Examples: "you can always resign if you don't like it" "you could always take a day off"
4. always [ r ] forever; throughout all time
Examples: "we will always be friends" "I shall treasure it always" "I will always love you"
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