forever[ fawr-ev-er, fer- ]SEE DEFINITION OF forever
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FOREVER
Still there was no check in the Black's gallop; he was like a devil that could go on forever and ever.
It was not within the laws of fate that they should go on forever and ever having bad luck.
On his table was the dust of solitariness; and with his finger he wrote in it "Forever."
They were all fixed, forever, in the look and attitude of that moment!
We couldn't ever git away from them at this gait, and I couldn't hold on forever.
Nor will I taste a morsel of food, even if you keep me forever in your palace.
Either I am going to have them forever, or they are going to have me.
The temple and walls and gymnasium were all of stone and looked as though they had been there forever.
She had been married 'most a year, and before that she was forever on the go.
The room, the house, the race were hers forever; she had learned the abidingness of what is real.