total; always; overall;
Do you always watch TV in the evening?
Better late than never.
At least she wouldn't say this to his face.
The course of true love never did run smooth.
Anyhow you must finish this work today.
Don't blame him. After all, he's only a child.
You will understand it sooner or later.
He's been away for at least a week.
Some day I will reciprocate your great kindness to me.
I always had the feeling we were being watched.
If the worst comes to the worst I guess I can always ring Jean
As they say, every cloud has a silver lining. We have drawn lessons from the decisions taken.
To cut a long story short, I ended up as managing director.
I realised I had a big problem. I wanted to be all things to all people
I am a disappointing, though generally dutiful, student. That is, I do as I'm told
His score of 29 had helped Leicestershire reach a presentable total
When I worked in Florida I dealt with British people all the time
Generally, I think the policy of non-intervention is the correct one.
Somehow I knew he would tell me the truth
One day I'll want to settle down and have a family
From this you can calculate the total mass in the Galaxy
A water main burst and the street was flooded.
I have a feeling that everything will come right for us one day
You'll live to rue the day you said that to me, my girl.
I always feel dry in this hot weather.
He is commander-in-chief in name only.
We both thought that all in all it might not be a bad idea
She always said I ought to live alone
I solemnly vowed that someday I would return to live in Europe