always always  /ˈɔl ˌweɪz/

Definition(s):

  1. (adv) at all times; all the time and on every occasion
  2. (adv) without variation or change, in every case
  3. (adv) without interruption
  4. (adv) at any time or in any event
  5. (adv) forever; throughout all time

Usage(s):

  1. I always wanted to read and do intellectual things.
  2. And as always, she did it genuinely, without any kind of speculation or personal agenda.
  3. Tyra and I could always be goofy together and remind each other that, hey, this is fashion, not life or death.

News

  1. Hulu: Always in Jeopardy, Still the Same Hulu

    The Hulu that you’ve come to know and love is in danger. But then again, it’s always been that way. Although the streaming video site just reached a milestone of one billion videos watched over a three month period, a recent story by The New York Times describes Hulu’s future as “nebulous.” With the service now up for sale, some potential buyers want to preserve the status quo of free, ad-based ...
    on June 25, 2013     Source: Techland

  2. Former judges can't always use judicial title, board rules

    Once a judge doesn’t mean always a judge. With few exceptions, a former judge may not continue to use a judicial title, according to an advisory opinion released today by the disciplinary arm of the Ohio Supreme Court. “Former judges may not use judicial titles while practicing law, engaging in law-related or other business activities, working in government or other public sector positions, or ...
    on June 25, 2013     Source: The Columbus Dispatch

  3. Always Watching

    ALWAYS WATCHING is the third of Chevy Stevens’s string of stand-alone novels, though there is a bit of a tenuous connection that cleverly links all three. More on that in a moment. This latest work is a bit different from its predecessors in both pacing and tone.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: Book Reporter

Quotes

  1. "These are separate individuals that are responsible for criminal acts," Stoltenberg said. "It is always bad to judge a whole group of people from what individuals are doing and that is independently of what group these people belong to."
    on Jul 8, 2010 By: Jens Stoltenberg Source: Salon

  2. "The Supreme Court is a wondrous institution," Kagan said. "But the time I spent in other branches of the government reminds me that it must always be a modest one - properly deferential to the decisions of the American people and their...
    on Jul 1, 2010 By: Elena Kagan Source: Big Government (blog)

  3. Feldman said Haim's death marked the "tragic loss of a wonderful, beautiful, tormented soul, who will always be my brother, family and best friend."
    on Mar 11, 2010 By: Corey Feldman Source: CTV.ca

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