Last modified on 29 April 2015, at 06:03

all along

EnglishEdit

AdverbEdit

all along

  1. (duration, idiomatic) For the entire time; always.
    He thought he had me fooled, but I knew the truth all along.

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PrepositionEdit

all along

  1. Used other than as an idiom: see all,‎ along.
    All along the beach, people were lounging on orange chairs. Why orange?