evermore


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ev·er·more

 (ĕv′ər-môr′)
adv.
1. Forever.
2. In a future time.

evermore

(ˌɛvəˈmɔː)
adv
(often preceded by for) all time to come

ev•er•more

(ˌɛv ərˈmɔr, -ˈmoʊr)

adv.
1. always.
2. in the future.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.evermore - at any future time; in the future; "lead a blameless life evermore"
2.evermore - for a limitless time; "no one can live forever"; "brightly beams our Father's mercy from his lighthouse evermore"- P.P.Bliss

evermore

adverb for ever, always, ever, eternally, to the end of time, in perpetuum (Latin) Their heroic deeds shall live for evermore.
Translations
إلى الأبَد
evigtfor altidi al evighed
aî eilífu
naveky
ebediyensonsuza kadar

evermore

[ˈevəˈmɔːʳ] ADVeternamente
for evermorepor siempre jamás, para siempre jamás

evermore

adv
(liter: = always) → auf immer und ewig; for evermorein alle Ewigkeit
(= increasingly)zunehmend; rise, fallimmer mehr; it becomes evermore the responsibility of the individualdafür wird der Einzelne zunehmend selbst verantwortlich

evermore

[ˌɛvəˈmɔːʳ] advsempre
for evermore → per sempre

ever

(ˈevə) adverb
1. at any time. Nobody ever visits us; She hardly ever writes; Have you ever ridden on an elephant?; If I ever / If ever I see him again I shall get my revenge; better than ever; the brightest star they had ever seen.
2. always; continually. They lived happily ever after; I've known her ever since she was a baby.
3. used for emphasis. The new doctor is ever so gentle; What ever shall I do?
ever-
always; continually. the ever-increasing traffic.
ˈevergreen adjective
(of trees etc) having green leaves all the year round. Holly is evergreen.
noun
an evergreen tree. Firs and pines are evergreens.
everˈlasting adjective
endless; continual; unchanging. I'm tired of your everlasting grumbles; everlasting life/flowers.
ˌeverˈlastingly adverb
ˌeverˈmore adverb
for all time. He said that he would love her (for) evermore.
for ever / forˈever adverb
1. continually. He was forever looking at this watch.
2. for all time. I'll love you for ever (and ever).
References in classic literature ?
I tried other essayists, other critics, whom the machinist had in his library, but it was useless; neither Sidney Smith nor Thomas Carlyle could console me; I sighed for more Macaulay and evermore Macaulay.
Evermore did he now see himself as the doer of one deed.
Eagerly I wished the morrow; -- vainly I had sought to borrow From my books surcease of sorrow -- sorrow for the lost Lenore -- For the rare and radiant maiden whom the angels name Lenore -- Nameless here for evermore.
Eagerly I wished the morrow;--vainly I had sought to borrow From my books surcease of sorrow--sorrow for the lost Lenore-- For the rare and radiant maiden whom the angels name Lenore-- Nameless here for evermore.
Then, having used up the powers of the Golden Cap, I shall give it to the King of the Monkeys, that he and his band may thereafter be free for evermore."
Then, you were to pay up your subscription, get your card of membership and your riband and medal, and were evermore to live upon a platform, and evermore to say what Mr.
I've done with this blessed island for evermore, amen!
But whether each evermore watches and suspects the other, evermore mistrustful of some great reservation; whether each is evermore prepared at all points for the other, and never to be taken unawares; what each would give to know how much the other knows--all this is hidden, for the time, in their own hearts.
I sit on my chair in the dark room and close my eyes, and it is as if I was out of the body and could feel no want for evermore. For then, the very hardship, and the sorrow, and the blindness, and the sin I have beheld and been ready to weep over--yea, all the anguish of the children of men, which sometimes wraps me round like sudden darkness--I can bear with a willing pain, as if I was sharing the Redeemer's cross.
There was a listlessness in his gait, as if he saw no reason for taking one step further, nor felt any desire to do so, but would have been glad, could he be glad of anything, to fling himself down at the root of the nearest tree, and lie there passive for evermore. The leaves might bestrew him, and the soil gradually accumulate and form a little hillock over his frame, no matter whether there were life in it or no.
Now would all the waves were women, then I'd go drown, and chassee with them evermore! There's naught so sweet on earth --heaven may not match it!
Overhearing the indignant but half-humorous cries with which the people on deck began to drive the coffin away, Queequeg, to every one's consternation, commanded that the thing should be instantly brought to him, nor was there any denying him; seeing that, of all mortals, some dying men are the most tyrannical; and certainly, since they will shortly trouble us so little for evermore, the poor fellows ought to be indulged.