all along meaning

  "all along" in a sentence
Adverb: all along  ol u'lóng
  1. All the time or over a period of time
    "She had known all along"; "the hope had been there all along"
    - right along

[American slang]
adv. phr. All the time; during the whole time. I knew all along that we would win. I knew right along that Jane would come. See also: RIGHT ALONG.

Examples

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  1. lookouts were spotted all along the coast.
  2. the enemy was put to rout all along the line.
  3. margaret's team had played cautious all along.
  4. we have been classmates all along.
  5. but your last point had me worried all along.

Related Words

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