[fawr-ev-er, fer-] /fɔrˈɛv ər, fər-/
without ever ending; eternally:
to last forever.
continually; incessantly; always:
He’s forever complaining.
an endless or seemingly endless period of time:
It took them forever to make up their minds.
forever and a day, eternally; always:
They pledged to love each other forever and a day.
Also for ever. without end; everlastingly; eternally
at all times; incessantly
(informal) for a very long time: he went on speaking forever
(as object) (informal) a very long time: it took him forever to reply
…forever!, an exclamation expressing support or loyalty: Scotland forever!
late 14c., for ever; from for + ever. One word from late 17c.
[fawr-ev-er-mawr, -mohr, fer-] /fɔrˌɛv ərˈmɔr, -ˈmoʊr, fər-/ adverb 1. forever hereafter.
- For evermore
/fɔːˌrɛvəˈmɔː; fə-/ adverb 1. a more emphatic or emotive term for forever
[fawr-ev-er-nis, fer-] /fɔrˈɛv ər nɪs, fər-/ noun 1. permanence; eternity.
[fawr-wawrn, fohr-] /fɔrˈwɔrn, foʊr-/ verb (used with object) 1. to warn in advance. /fɔːˈwɔːn/ verb 1. (transitive) to warn beforehand v. early 14c., from fore- + warn. Related: Forewarned; forewarning.