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    most always vs almost always

    Would there be any difference, if any, between this two pairs of words? "He's most always/almost always been a great asset to our company"?

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    Re: most always vs almost always

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    Would there be any difference, if any, between this two pairs of words? "He's most always/almost always been a great asset to our company"?
    I don't find "most always" acceptable.

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