alway


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alway

(ˈɔːlweɪ)
adv
an archaic word for always
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I was surprised to hea the Gauchos, who have from infancy almost lived on horseback, say that, under similar circumstances, they alway suffer.
The examination of these compound animals was alway very interesting to me.
And I say it as knowing God is my judge, and we tarry not here alway, but must answer at the last day for the things said in the body, be they false or be they sooth.
Yes, and his master was a fine man, and prosperous, and always had a great feast of meat twice in the year, and with it white bread, true wheaten bread; in fact, lived like a lord, so to speak.
In work alway Let my first years be past, That I may give for ev'ry day Some good account at last.
It was but imagination, yet imagination had all the terrors of reality; nay, it was worse, for the reality would have come and gone, and there an end, but in imagination it was always coming, and never went away.
Thou wottest old bones must alway make room for young blood.
I meant that there are always more ladies than lords when you come to peel them.
She does not scold at all, and always calls me Miss Margaret, which is quite proper, you know, and treats me with respect.
We are all well I do my lessons always and never corroberate the girls--Meg says I mean contradick so I put in both words and you can take the properest.
He is always buying horses which he cannot ride, and asking riddles about the works of God - such as plants and stones and the customs of people.
And here, in the beginning, permit me to say a few words in regard to a somewhat peculiar principle, which, whether rightfully or wrongfully, has always had its influence in my own critical estimate of the poem.