- owing to; because of: We weren't invited, along of your rudeness.
- in company with: You come along of me to the store.
Words nearby along
Idioms for along
British Dictionary definitions for be along
Word Origin for along
Idioms and Phrases with be along (1 of 2)
Will come, will arrive, as in John said he'd be along in a few minutes, or The doctor's report will be along by the end of the week. This phrase always indicates a future event. [Colloquial; early 1800s]
Idioms and Phrases with be along (2 of 2)
In addition to the idioms beginning with along
- along for the ride
- along in years
- alongside of
- along the lines of
- along with
- all along
- all along the line
- be along
- come along
- follow along
- get along
go alongplay alongrun along string along.