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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
always (adverb)
1.
at all times - invariably always smiling
2.
- forever will love you always
3.
at any rate in any event - you can always try again
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
always (adverb)
1.
on every relevant occasion
SYNONIMS:
aye ( ay), consistently, constantly, continually, ever, forever, incessantly, invariably, night and day, perpetually, unfailingly
RELATED WORDS:
commonly, frequently, oft, often, oftentimes ( ofttimes), recurrently, repeatedly; continuously, steadily, uninterruptedly, unremittingly; dependably, generally, habitually, normally, ordinarily, regularly, routinely, typically, usually; inevitably; eternally, everlastingly
at every turn
NEAR ANTONYMS:
intermittently, occasionally, periodically, sometimes, sporadically; infrequently, rarely, seldom, unusually; variously
ne'er, never
always (adverb)
2.
whatever else is done or is the case
SYNONIMS:
anyhow, anyway, leastways, leastwise
at all events, at any rate, at least, in any case, in any event
always (adverb)
3.
for all time
SYNONIMS:
always, aye ( ay), e'er, eternally, everlastingly, evermore, forever, forevermore, indelibly, permanently, perpetually
RELATED WORDS:
enduringly, long, perennially
NEAR ANTONYMS:
once
ne'er, never, nevermore
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