Forever

For*ev"er

(fr*v"r), adv. [For, prep. + ever.] 1. Through eternity; through endless ages; eternally.
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2. At all times; always.
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In England, for and ever are usually written and printed as two separate words; but, in the United States, the general practice is to make but a single word of them.
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Forever and ever, an emphatic "forever."

Syn. -- Constantly; continually; invariably; unchangeably; incessantly; always; perpetually; unceasingly; ceaselessly; interminably; everlastingly; endlessly; eternally.
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