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evermore

[ ev-er-mawr, -mohr ]
/ ˌɛv ərˈmɔr, -ˈmoʊr /
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adverb
always; continually; forever.
at all future times; henceforth.
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Origin of evermore

First recorded in 1175–1225, evermore is from the Middle English word evermor.See ever, more
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British Dictionary definitions for evermore

evermore
/ (ˌɛvəˈmɔː) /

adverb
(often preceded by for) all time to come
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