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nev·er·more

 (nĕv′ər-môr′)
adv.
Never again.
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nevermore

(ˌnɛvəˈmɔː)
adv
literary never again
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nev•er•more

(ˌnɛv ərˈmɔr, -ˈmoʊr)

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

nevermore

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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.
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Never More put up a sparkling performance on his debut over fences for a seven-length win in the beginners' chase.
With Barry Geraghty deputising for the sidelined Norman Williamson, Never More put in an exciting round of jumping, delighting Edward O'Grady, who trains the winner for his mother Mary.
Garrett Cotter, who had initiated a double for O'Grady when taking the second division of the maiden hurdle on newcomer Cloonen, was stood down for seven days after taking a fall from Tardini at the second fence in Never More's race.

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