nevermore

[ nev-er-mawr, -mohr ]SEE DEFINITION OF nevermore

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So died the witch, and nevermore do mothers say when children misbehave.

It seemed as if nevermore would she escape the imagined sight.

Hop over the sticks and lie crossed on the floor, And you're man and wife for nevermore.

All were sure that Alice nevermore would be troubled by Paul Lanier.

Nevermore should I spend the tranquil evening hours with Wordsworth and with Tennyson!

He was a changed man, and nevermore guilty of a cruel action.

Let me bid him farewell, for nevermore shall I see his match.'

He should not put her away; but she should nevermore be wife to him.

Nevermore can I look my people in the face, nor glory in the deeds I have done.

In the silence and darkness it would live, but nevermore for her.

WORD ORIGIN

"no longer, not any more, never again," early 12c., from never + more (adv.).

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