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Evermore vs. Forever

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Evermoreadverb

Always; forever; eternally.

Foreveradverb

(duration) For all time, for all eternity; for a lifetime; for an infinite amount of time.

‘I shall love you forever.’;

Evermoreadverb

At any time in the future.

Foreveradverb

For a very long time, a seeming eternity.

‘We had to wait forever to get inside.’;

Evermoreadverb

During eternity; always; forever; for an indefinite period; at all times; - often used substantively with for.

‘Seek the Lord . . . Seek his face evermore.’; ‘And, behold, I am alive for evermore.’; ‘Which flow from the presence of God for evermore.’; ‘I evermore did love you, Hermia.’;

Foreveradverb

(frequency) Constantly or frequently.

‘You are forever nagging me.’;

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Evermoreadverb

at any future time; in the future;

‘lead a blameless life evermore’;

Forevernoun

An extremely long time.

‘I haven't seen him in forever!’;

Evermoreadverb

for a limitless time;

‘no one can live forever’; ‘brightly beams our Father's mercy from his lighthouse evermore’;

Forevernoun

(colloquial) a mythical time in the infinite future that will never come.

‘Sure, I'd be happy to meet with you on the 12th of forever.’;

Foreveradjective

Permanent, lasting

Foreveradverb

Through eternity; through endless ages; eternally.

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Foreveradverb

At all times; always.

Foreveradverb

for a limitless time;

‘no one can live forever’; ‘brightly beams our Father's mercy from his lighthouse evermore’;

Foreveradverb

seemingly without interruption; often and repeatedly;

‘always looking for faults’; ‘it is always raining’; ‘he is forever cracking jokes’; ‘they are forever arguing’;

Foreveradverb

for a very long or seemingly endless time;

‘she took forever to write the paper’; ‘we had to wait forever and a day’;

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