If comedy is born of pain and misery, he has already experienced more than his share.
Given how much each had already invested in their candidate, what choice did they have but to believe him?
You can tell the writer is already feeling a little cramped in England.
For Scalia, Kennedy and his colleagues have already decided that state marriage bans are unconstitutional.
Leveson was already expected to make recommendations for a replacement for PCC.
already the middle of the body and the shoulders quivered like water on the point of boiling.
With how much confidence he was trusted has been already told.
You notice by the speed of the train that we are already mounting upwards.
But the sailors were already dashing away through the woods.
The necessity for and the advisability of spraying have already been pointed out.
c.1300, compound of all + ready (adj.); literally "fully ready." Cf. Norwegian, Danish allerede "already." Colloquial use in U.S. as a terminal emphatic (e.g. enough, already!) is attested from 1903, translating Yiddish shoyn, which is used in same sense. The pattern also is attested in Pennsylvania German and in South African.