[ev-er-goo d] /ˈɛv ərˌgʊd/
Philip (Philip Blashki) 1901–73, U.S. painter.
[ev-er-green] /ˈɛv ərˌgrin/ adjective 1. (of trees, shrubs, etc.) having leaves throughout the entire year, the leaves of the past season not being shed until after the new foliage has been completely formed. 2. retaining its relevance, popularity, usefulness, etc.; enduring: Some toys are evergreen favorites. 3. Law. (of a contract or contract clause) specifying […]
- Evergreen contract
noun phrase A contract always written with a time extension: It was an ”evergreen” contract on which he’d always have two years to go automatically (1980s+ Sports)
- Evergreen fund
noun 1. a fund that provides capital for new companies and makes regular injections of capital to support their development
noun 1. a magnolia, Magnolia grandiflora, of the southern U.S., having evergreen foliage and large, fragrant, white flowers, grown as a shade and ornamental tree in the warmer parts of the U.S.: the state tree of Mississippi.