“The show, to him, has always been something like a forum,” Shaffer says.
She said Greig was always warm and friendly, but Bulger was not.
My friend group—the gay nightclub sort of people—were always like, ‘Oh I wish I could afford to do that.’
“I always want to be a sort of bad-ass, and I always come out smelling like a wildflower,” she told me.
I've always had good luck, and I thought it was another stroke of good fortune to be invested with the legendary Bernard Madoff.
In short, when a person is always to deceive, it is impossible to be consistent.
If it does not always tell us what to do, it always cautions us what not to do.
"I always feel like a traveling anachronism in one of your English trains," he said.
When he did go it was always understood to be positively for not more than two weeks.
It's because of the way I've been brought up and because of the way I've always lived!
mid-14c., compound of Old English phrase ealne weg "always, quite, perpetually," literally "all the way," with accusative of space or distance, though the oldest recorded usages refer to time. The adverbial genitive -s appeared early 13c. and is now the standard, though the variant alway survived into 1800s. OED speculates allway was originally of space or distance, "but already in the oldest Eng. transferred to an extent of time."