Re: Already vs. All Ready

Subject: Re: Already vs. All Ready
From: "Wollt, Richard C" <Richard -dot- Wollt -at- UNISYS -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 18 Dec 1998 09:55:25 -0500

Already is a proper word, meaning "by this time." To me "all ready" implies
preparedness, without the time connotations.

Richard Wollt

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From: McCreash, Toni Lee [mailto:mccreash -at- SCN -dot- SPAWAR -dot- NAVY -dot- MIL]
Sent: Friday, December 18, 1998 8:50 AM
Subject: Already vs. All Ready

Is "Already" the colloquial version of "All Ready"?

Toni Lee McCreash
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