. Historical Examples This doctrine of abduction, please your worship, hath been alway inculcated by the soundest of our judges. Citation and Examination of William Shakspeare Walter Savage Landor Her daughter was scarce anything to her; it was alway the lad, the lad! The White Lady of Hazelwood Emily Sarah Holt The promise he gave […]
every time; on every occasion; without exception: He always works on Saturday. all the time; continuously; uninterruptedly: There is always some pollution in the air. forever: Will you always love me? in any event; at any time; if necessary: She can always move back with her parents. Contemporary Examples “The show, to him, has always […]
adjective pertaining to an Internet connection that is continuously and immediately available; also written always on Examples Cable modem and DSL are considered to be always-on.
a male given name. Historical Examples Alwin looked towards the Hills in silence, with a rapt face, on which the glory seemed reflected. Left to Ourselves Catharine Shaw Plainly, Alwin Bushnell was puzzled, and not a little amazed. Frank Merriwell Down South Burt L. Standish What does it mean, Alwin, when it says, ‘Needeth not […]