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forevermore

[ fawr-ev-er-mawr, -mohr, fer- ]SEE DEFINITION OF forevermore
  • as ineternally
  • as inalways
  • as inforever

Synonyms for forevermore

  • perpetually
  • evermore
  • forever
  • always
  • continually
  • ever
  • for ever so long
  • for keeps
  • in perpetuum
  • regularly
  • till cows come home
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Antonyms for forevermore

  • briefly
  • changeably
  • temporarily
  • transiently
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FOREVERMORE

"From this time on, forevermore I'm done with being a goose," he declared.

I wish I had a home that I had a perfect right to go and live in forevermore.

From this time, henceforth and forevermore, I'm a temperance man.

But the time had a fierce velvet-softness that tried to draw him to it forevermore.

It was intended to separate the two races entirely and forevermore.

Do then forevermore abandon and deplore your culpable error!

It was in her heart that she was pledging herself sacredly, with this man, forevermore.

With the wondrous fact that God is with man,—Immanuel,—forever and forevermore?

Softly as a common evening, the last of the evenings had passed away, and no other would come for me forevermore.

In consequence of which Bertram would henceforth and forevermore be doomed to Littleness.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FOREVERMORE

always

adverbforever; continually
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