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nev·er·more

 (nĕv′ər-môr′)
adv.
Never again.

nevermore

(ˌnɛvəˈmɔː)
adv
literary never again

nev•er•more

(ˌnɛv ərˈmɔr, -ˈmoʊr)

adv.
never again.
[1175–1225]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.nevermore - at no time hereafter; "Quoth the raven, nevermore!" -E.A.Poe
Translations
ابداً ثانِيَةً
už nikdy
soha többé
aldrei framar
už nikdy
bir daha asla

nevermore

[ˈnevəˈmɔːʳ] ADVnunca más

never

(ˈnevə) adverb
not ever; at no time. I shall never go there again; Never have I been so angry.
ˌneverˈmore adverb
never again.
ˌnevertheˈless (-ðəˈles) adverb
in spite of that. I am feeling ill, but I shall come with you nevertheless.
References in classic literature ?
They came back late at night in tears, having walked for the five or six miles to report that a man had offered to take them to a place where they sold newspapers, and had taken their money and gone into a store to get them, and nevermore been seen.
The family pew was a misery to him, yet he could nevermore enter into the solacing refuge of the "nigger gallery"--that was closed to him for good and all.
That," said Athos, "would be quite another thing; and we should nevermore see land until we were upon the other side of the Atlantic.
And a blessing be upon your labors; so that the time may hasten on, when the mission of Mother Ann shall have wrought its full effect,--when children shall no more be born and die, and the last survivor of mortal race, some old and weary man like me, shall see the sun go down, nevermore to rise on a world of sin and sorrow
But Diomed took both their lives and left their father sorrowing bitterly, for he nevermore saw them come home from battle alive, and his kinsmen divided his wealth among themselves.
Startled at the stillness broken by reply so aptly spoken, "Doubtless," said I, "what it utters is its only stock and store Caught from some unhappy master whom unmerciful Disaster Followed fast and followed faster till his songs one burden bore -- Till the dirges of his Hope that melancholy burden bore Of "Never -- nevermore.
Then--oh, then--if you still stood on one foot, with your hot hand clutching the three moist dollars in your pocket, and hoarsely proclaimed your hideous and culpable poverty, nevermore would Mrs.
I now swear, and record the oath on this page, That I nevermore will discuss this mystery with any human creature until I hold the clue to it in my hand.
I have always loved you, Lucille, but nevermore than now.
I nevermore will see her or think o' her, but thou shalt be beside her.
What's the ditty: God and soldiers all adore When in trouble nevermore.
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