right along

  1. all the time or over a period of time
    the hope had been there all along
    She had known all along
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How To Use right along In A Sentence

  • Along bank top, bearing left to cross stile; right along lane. Times, Sunday Times
  • An equally good alternate is to take I-37 south to around Pleasanton and and catch 281 straight through McAllen to Hidalgo, where 281 turns east, following right along the river to Los Indios. Driving to Merida from California
  • There was hardly any traffic and we drove right along till we got home.
  • There was hardly any traffic and we drove right along till we got home.
  • The path led him right along to the lake shore on the opposite side of the island. A Time of War
  • The title couldn't be more fitting: As the U.S. film market changes right alongside the economy, film buyers and sellers alike are fumbling to redefine how films are bought, sold and distributed. Cannes Film Festival Highlights
  • Numerous locations right along the coastline gusted near or past 70 mph. PM Update: Cold front to bring fresh chill
  • Miss Annear's narrative, lively and colourful, flows right along.
  • It's rather tiresome that they don't get it, but the Heroine of Tuzla is egging them on in this and they are good little clintonistas and say "baa" and trot right along. Obama Doesn't "Take Fox On," After All
  • In fact, this band right you can see right along the Rio River, that's dumping about two to three inches of rain per hour.
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