most always vs almost always : Common Errors in English

About most always vs almost always

“Most always” is a casual, slangy way of saying “almost always.” Thelatter expression is better in writing. The same is true of “most every,” “most all” and related expressions where the standard first word is “almost.”

most always in News

almost always in News

  1. Marquee matchup: Wainwright vs. Harvey

    Cards starter has been hot lately but almost always struggles against the Mets.
    on June 13, 2013 Source: St. Louis Post-Dispatch

  2. Sony Twisted the Knife, but Microsoft May Have Shot Itself in the Foot

    In the video game industry, the consumer almost always speaks loudly and clearly. When questions are fired, companies need to have answers, lest they face the wrath of gamers scorned. If no
    on June 12, 2013 Source: Nasdaq

  3. Hoops Coach Pleased Players Taking Shots And Not Giving Them

    There's almost always a handful of football players on the Winter Haven basketball team. That makes things interesting for Winter Haven basketball coach Tyrone Woodside when the season starts during the peak of football season.
    on June 12, 2013 Source: The Lakeland Ledger

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