along of

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English[edit]

Preposition[edit]

along of

  1. (obsolete) because of
    • Shakespeare
      And all this is long of you.
    • London Punch
      This increase of price is all along of the foreigners.
    • "Turning against your own poor father, to set them bloody-minded soldiers on him! And now he'll be taken and hanged, and I shall be a poor miserable widow woman all along of you!" — Charlotte M. Yonge, "The Carbonels", 1896