[ev-er-las-ting, -lah-sting] /ˌɛv ərˈlæs tɪŋ, -ˈlɑ stɪŋ/
everlasting future life.
or continuing for an indefinitely long time:
the everlasting hills.
incessant; constantly recurring:
He is plagued by everlasting attacks of influenza.
She tired of his everlasting puns.
eternal duration; eternity:
What is the span of one life compared with the everlasting?
the Everlasting, .
any of various plants that retain their shape or color when dried, as certain composite plants of the genera Helichrysum, Gnaphalium, and Helipterum.
never coming to an end; eternal
lasting for an indefinitely long period
lasting so long or occurring so often as to become tedious; incessant: I cannot bear her everlasting complaints
endless duration; eternity
Also called everlasting flower another name for immortelle See also cat’s-foot
early 13c., from ever + lasting. Related: Everlastingly.
eternal, applied to God (Gen. 21:33; Deut. 33:27; Ps. 41:13; 90:2). We also read of the “everlasting hills” (Gen. 49:26); an “everlasting priesthood” (Ex. 40:15; Num. 25:13). (See ETERNAL.)
noun 1. a fast-growing vinelike plant, Lathyrus latifolius, of Europe, having rose-pink flowers.
adjective Devoted; faithful: And this is my ever-loving bride intensifier : Say that again and I’ll bust your ever-loving ass (1930s+)
- Everly brothers
/ˈɛvəlɪ/ plural noun 1. the. US pop singing duo comprising Don Everly (born 1937) and Phil Everly (born 1939), noted for their close harmonies
[ev-er-mawr, -mohr] /ˌɛv ərˈmɔr, -ˈmoʊr/ adverb 1. always; continually; forever. 2. at all future times; henceforth. /ˌɛvəˈmɔː/ adverb 1. (often preceded by for) all time to come adv. late 13c., from Old English æfre ma; see ever + more.