Forever



[fawr-ev-er, fer-] /fɔrˈɛv ər, fər-/

adverb
1.
without ever ending; eternally:
to last forever.
2.
continually; incessantly; always:
He’s forever complaining.
noun
3.
an endless or seemingly endless period of time:
It took them forever to make up their minds.
Idioms
4.
forever and a day, eternally; always:
They pledged to love each other forever and a day.
/fɔːˈrɛvə; fə-/
adverb
1.
Also for ever. without end; everlastingly; eternally
2.
at all times; incessantly
3.
(informal) for a very long time: he went on speaking forever
noun
4.
(as object) (informal) a very long time: it took him forever to reply
5.
…forever!, an exclamation expressing support or loyalty: Scotland forever!
adv.

late 14c., for ever; from for + ever. One word from late 17c.

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  • Foreverness

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  • Forewarn

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