At all times; throughout all time
‘God is always the same.’;
Frequently, many times.
‘I often walk to work when the weather is nice.’; ‘I've been going to the movies more often since a new theatre opened near me.’;
Constantly during a certain period, or regularly at stated intervals (opposed to sometimes or occasionally).
‘In this street, the shops always close during lunchtime.’;
(informal) In any event.
‘I thought I could always go back to work.’;
Frequently; many times; not seldom.
At all times; ever; perpetually; throughout all time; continually; as, God is always the same.
‘Even in Heaven his [Mammon's] looks and thoughts.’;
Frequent; common; repeated.
‘And weary thee with often welcomes.’;
Constancy during a certain period, or regularly at stated intervals; invariably; uniformly; - opposed to sometimes or occasionally.
‘He always rides a black galloway.’;
many times at short intervals;
‘we often met over a cup of coffee’;
at all times; all the time and on every occasion;
‘I will always be there to help you’; ‘always arrives on time’; ‘there is always some pollution in the air’; ‘ever hoping to strike it rich’; ‘ever busy’;
frequently or in great quantities;
‘I don't drink much’; ‘I don't travel much’;
seemingly without interruption; often and repeatedly;
‘always looking for faults’; ‘it is always raining’; ‘he is forever cracking jokes’; ‘they are forever arguing’;
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at any time or in any event;
‘you can always resign if you don't like it’; ‘you could always take a day off’;
forever; throughout all time;
‘we will always be friends’; ‘I shall treasure it always’; ‘I will always love you’;
at all times; on all occasions
‘the sun always rises in the east’;
throughout a long period of the past
‘Isabel had always been in rude health’;
for all future time; forever
‘she will always be missed’;
repeatedly and annoyingly
‘she is always making derogatory remarks’;
as a last resort; failing all else
‘if the marriage doesn't work out, we can always get divorced’;