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Adj.1.ever-present - being always present
present - being or existing in a specified place; "the murderer is present in this room"; "present at the wedding"; "present at the creation"
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All are born with halters round their necks; but it is only when caught in the swift, sudden turn of death, that mortals realize the silent, subtle, ever-present perils of life.
It would be merely the instinctive voicing of an ever-present thought associated closely with the consciousness of the land somewhere ahead and of the great speed of the ship.
I was always accompanied in these excursions by Fayaway and the ever-present Kory- Kory.
With them, being tree-dwellers, the liability of falling was an ever-present menace.
The solemn and majestic chanting of the monks was not done by instruments, but by men's voices; and it rose and fell, and rose again in that rich confusion of warring sounds, and pulsing bells, and the stately swing of that ever-present enchanting air, and it seemed to me that nothing but the very lowest of low-grade music COULD be so divinely beautiful.
Silently, intelligently, and industriously -- with an ever-present remembrance of herself and her place -- the new parlor-maid did her work.
I think nothing but such complete and intense love could have initiated me into that enlarged life which grows and grows by appropriating the life of others; for before, I was always dragged back from it by ever-present painful self-consciousness.
Assassination is the ever-present fear of all Barsoomians, and for this reason alone their homes are raised high above the ground at night, or in times of danger.
There was also the ever-present danger of meeting some of Numabo's black warriors and as the village lay directly in their line of march, there was the necessity for making a wide detour before they reached it in order to pass around it without being discovered.
They passed into the great ballroom, the finest in London, brilliant with its magnificent decorations of real flowers, its crowd of uniformed men and beautiful women, its soft yet ever-present throbbing of wonderful music.
Thus, counseled by the ever-present spirit of her husband, Dame Dermody wrote:
Responsive, helpful and buttoned down, she has been an exceptional role model for all board members and her hard work and dedication to our membership are ever-present. Falk truly loves agriculture and is passionate about helping people connect farm and food.