alway

[awl-wey]
adverb Archaic.

Origin:
before 900; Middle English allwaye, alle wey; Old English ealneweg, equivalent to ealne (accusative singular masculine of eal all) + weg way; the accusative denoted duration

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Wherever there's money sloshing around, there's alway going to be villainy.
To convert energy from one form to another there is alway lost in form of heat.
As you can see, this is the evolution of theory, alway running behind the facts.
Humans must alway search for the truth even if it leads to our demise.
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