What Does EWBA Mean?

EWBA (Everything Will Be Alright) is used to console someone after bad news or to raise the spirits of someone awaiting an important result or facing a daunting task.

Summary of Key Points

"Everything Will Be Alright" is the most common definition for EWBA on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
Definition:Everything Will Be Alright
3: Guessable
Typical Users:
Adults and Teenagers

Image for EWBA

When I write EWBA, I mean this:

meaning of EWBA
The image shows a girl being consoled by a boy thinking "everything will be alright."


Examples of EWBA in Sentences

Here are examples of EWBA being used in conversations:
  • Charlie: I only got a C in Geography. The university might not accept that.
  • Jordan: EWBA
  • (Here, EWBA is consoling someone after bad news.)
  • Charlie: I'm really worried about tomorrow's interview.
  • Jordan: EWBA
  • (Here, EWBA is lifting the spirits of someone facing a daunting task.)

An Academic Look at EWBA

EWBA is used as a standalone declarative sentence (i.e., a statement). In other words, it is not used as another part of speech within a wider sentence.

EWBA is an initialism abbreviation. This means it is pronounced using its individual letters (i.e., Ee Dublyu Bee Ay). (NB: Initialisms contrast with acronyms, which are spoken like words.)

Of interest, the word alright is still considered non-standard English in many circles. The safe version is All Right.

Read more about Alright and All Right.

What Did We Say before Texting and Social Media?

Before the digital era, we might have said something like "you'll be fine" or "have faith" instead of EWBA.

Example of EWBA Used in a Text


See Also

AIT (alright) AITE (alright) ITE (alright?) ITSK (it's okay) K (okay) ALLOW (don't worry) DW (don't worry) DWAI (don't worry about it) DWBI (don't worry 'bout it) NTW (not to worry)