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synonyms for alway

  • affirmative
  • always
  • continually
  • okay
  • vote
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antonyms for alway

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  • nay
  • negative
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How to use alway in a sentence

As she thought of him alway by day, so now in her dreams the image of Jason Fletcher was fantastically and singularly busy.
CONTINENTAL MONTHLY, VOL. I. FEBRUARY, 1862, NO. II.VARIOUS
Did the gleam of those eyes cast alway slightly downward, slightly askance—give you no discomfort?
THE DREAMERMARY NEWTON STANARD
Mr. Warrender was, I have alway heard, an excellent person, and must be a great loss.
A COUNTRY GENTLEMAN AND HIS FAMILYMRS. (MARGARET) OLIPHANT
For like as winter rasure doth alway arase and deface green summer, so fareth it by unstable love in man and woman.
LE MORTE D'ARTHUR, VOLUME II (OF II)THOMAS MALORY
She had alway supposed that she was an Episcopalian with all that this implied.
PRAY YOU, SIR, WHOSE DAUGHTER?HELEN H. GARDENER
All day he worked hard, and his spare time was given to studying and reading alway, till his head ached and his look became dazed.
CHAUCER FOR CHILDRENMRS. H. R. HAWEIS
Singer of the kindly song, minstrel of the gentle lay, time is swift and art is long, and thy fame will last alway.
UNCLE WALT [WALT MASON]WALT MASON
Let us hear the voice which adds to our great commission the promise: "Lo, I am with you alway."
THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY--VOLUME 39, NO. 07, JULY, 1885VARIOUS
With great and exceeding anguish of spirit have I already wrestled for her; but she is strong and wilful, and resisteth alway.
THE VICAR OF WREXHILLMRS [FRANCES] TROLLOPE
"To bear alway the branch," is the Irish expression for having first place, or in English, carrying off the palm.
LEGENDS OF SAINTS & SINNERSDOUGLAS HYDE
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