Thesaurus / alway

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It was alway yet the trick of our English nation, if they have a good thing, to make it too common.

He alway said that it was one word of Aunt Joyce that had given him even so much hope.

Joyce Morrell's HarvestEmily Sarah Holt

Tis not alway when we think Israel at the lowest that Othniel is raised up to judge us.

Robin TremayneEmily Sarah Holt

An angel you called me alway, And I thought you a god gone astray.

YesterdaysElla Wheeler Wilcox

Always doing things and then undoing them, and alway the same things over and over again.

Joyce Morrell's HarvestEmily Sarah Holt

Sorrowful, yet alway rejoicing,” he “weeps with them that weep, and rejoices with them that rejoice.

TalkersJohn Bate

“Both be alway at your service, Damosel,” replied the courtly old lady.

But I know, for a'n't I alway said it was love 't makes the world go 'round?

Wilderness of SpringEdgar Pangborn

Mr. Warrender was, I have alway heard, an excellent person, and must be a great loss.

A Country Gentleman and his FamilyMrs. (Margaret) Oliphant

My hand and penne supplies the place, and shall do so alway.

The Palace of PleasureWilliam Painter

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