forevermore


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for·ev·er·more

 (fôr-ĕv′ər-môr′, fər-)
adv.
Forever.

for•ev•er•more

(fɔrˌɛv ərˈmɔr, -ˈmoʊr, fər-)

adv.
forever hereafter.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.forevermore - at any future time; in the future; "lead a blameless life evermore"
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She said in the start that she had "put shoes on one bar'footed nigger to tromple on her with," and that one mistake like that was enough; she would be independent of the human race thenceforth forevermore if hard work and economy could accomplish it.
Craven found out about the open door he would be fearfully angry and get a new key and lock it up forevermore.
Day after day and night after night we have wandered among the crumbling wonders of Rome; day after day and night after night we have fed upon the dust and decay of five-and-twenty centuries--have brooded over them by day and dreampt of them by night till sometimes we seemed moldering away ourselves, and growing defaced and cornerless, and liable at any moment to fall a prey to some antiquary and be patched in the legs, and "restored" with an unseemly nose, and labeled wrong and dated wrong, and set up in the Vatican for poets to drivel about and vandals to scribble their names on forever and forevermore.
And then, when I was leaning over the bridge, it just slipped through my fingers--so--and went down--down--down, all purplysparkling, and sank forevermore beneath the Lake of Shining Waters.
I must have that girl, dad, or this town is a blackjack swamp forevermore.
And with the right kind of stump speech and pandering, I could emerge as a deity to one micro-constituency or another and have a guaranteed place at podiums forevermore.
A campaign was launched on social media urging people to boycott the Forevermore studio in Glasgow.
All part of a great political tradition of co-opting songs for their campaigns and then making them completely unlistenable forevermore to people who may just actually be fans of the music.
SIR - When I next hear Fred Astaire, or indeed see him sprawling on the floor, looking up at Ginger and singing "Pick myself up, dust myself off, start all over again", I shall forevermore think of cyclist Geraint Thomas following his spectacular crash in the Tour de France.
The stars of soap opera Forevermore, which ended last month, play a mismatched couple in Just The Way You Are, released in the UAE on Thursday.
In this issue and forevermore, I hope to serve as an example to you.
Clary had legally amassed; the downturn in the market that caused many to stumble, the sum of money that was converted in comparison with his former net worth a few months previously, the fact that he is now and forevermore labeled a convicted felon because of one bad judgment call; that, in and of itself, is punishment enough.