- always; continually; forever.
- at all future times; henceforth.
Origin of evermore
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Examples from the Web for evermore
And Allis, the girl he loved as his life, would hang her head in shame for evermore.Thoroughbreds
W. A. Fraser
Evelyn, I have confided to you all,—all this wild heart, now and evermore your own.Alice, or The Mysteries, Complete
If a man will but work that which is in him, will but make the power of God his own, then is it well with him for evermore.A Dish Of Orts
I'm a roving vagabond—she hates me for evermore—it's all over!'Barnaby Rudge
May thou burn for evermore in hell, thou black-hearted traitor!The Sea-Hawk
- (often preceded by for) all time to come
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Word Origin and History for evermore
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