Always

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Definition

always: the opposite of 'never'; all the time, continually; forever, eternally
adverb
Why are you always late? Every time I invite you, you arrive late!

Examples

  • "I always wanted to work for the MI5, but they said I was too rock and roll."
  • "I always dreamed of seeing you in my bedroom, but not like this."
  • "Jean : But there is always time to eat a five-course meal!"
  • "I'm not sure, Betsy doesn't always tell the truth."
  • "You can't always get what you want"
  • "New Zealanders and Australians are like competitive neighbours - always trying to beat each other."
  • "You've always wanted a baby, so this is the moment that I've been waiting for."
  • "-I've always liked you, Tom."
  • "My door is always open."

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