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alway

[awl-wey] /ˈɔl weɪ/
adverb, Archaic.
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Origin
900
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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Examples for alway
  • 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.
  • Humans must alway search for the truth even if it leads to our demise.
  • It is alway the mindless first step that people take.
  • Horror is alway dread of harm that is to come, and this dread shall ever dwell in the hearts of them that be damned.
  • As you can see, this is the evolution of theory, alway running behind the facts.

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