Correct use: Allways, always or all ways

The two correct words out of this list are: “always” and “all ways”. “Allways” is just a common mistake. However, the other two have different meanings.




Always is a synonym for “all the time”, while “all ways” refers to the number of possible solutions. “All ways” is often used with an article or an adjective: “all the ways”, “all your ways”.

Examples:




I’ve always thought about this, but I never took any actions.

This problem can come around all ways (both ways, both sides).

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