forever definition

  • adverb:
    • For everlasting time; eternally: nobody can live forever.
    • all of the time; incessantly: ended up being forever moaning towards task.
    • For everlasting time; eternally: No one can live forever.
    • forever, for many eternity; for an infinite period of time.
    • all the time; incessantly: ended up being forever complaining about the work.
    • for many years, 'an' eternity.
    • for an excessively long-time.
    • forever, for several eternity; for an infinite timeframe.
    • continuously or usually.
    • for a very long time, 'an' eternity.
    • for an excessively long time.
    • constantly or usually.
    • eternally. See Forever.
    • Through eternity; through limitless many years; eternally.
    • always; always.
    • for a limitless time
    • without disruption
    • eternally. See Forever.
    • for a tremendously long or seemingly unlimited time
    • Through eternity; through unlimited ages; eternally.
    • constantly; always.
    • for a limitless time
    • without interruption
    • for a rather lengthy or seemingly unlimited time
    • For everlasting time; eternally: nobody is able to live forever.
    • For everlasting time; eternally: there is no-one to live-forever.
    • all of the time; incessantly: was permanently whining about the job.
    • always; incessantly: had been permanently complaining towards task.
    • forever, for several eternity; for an infinite length of time.
    • for all time, for all eternity; for an infinite period of time.
    • for many years, 'an' eternity.
    • for a long time, 'an' eternity.
    • for an excessively long time.
    • for an excessively long time.
    • continuously or often.
    • continuously or frequently.
    • eternally. See Forever.
    • Through eternity; through limitless centuries; eternally.
    • always; constantly.
    • eternally. See Forever.
    • for a limitless time
    • without interruption
    • Through eternity; through endless ages; eternally.
    • for an extremely long or seemingly unlimited time
    • all the time; constantly.
    • for an endless time
    • without interruption
    • for a rather long or apparently endless time
    • For everlasting time; eternally: No one can live-forever.
    • constantly; incessantly: ended up being forever complaining concerning the work.
    • for all time, for many eternity; for an infinite timeframe.
    • for many years, 'an' eternity.
    • for an excessively very long time.
    • continuously or often.
    • eternally. See Forever.
    • Through eternity; through limitless many years; eternally.
    • all of the time; constantly.
    • for a limitless time
    • without disruption
    • for a tremendously lengthy or apparently limitless time
  • noun:
    • A seemingly while: It has taken permanently to solve these problems.
    • A seemingly long time: It offers taken permanently to solve these issues.
    • an exceptionally few years.
    • an exceptionally very long time.
    • a mythical amount of time in the infinite future that never ever come.
    • a mythical amount of time in the limitless future that never ever come.
    • A seemingly while: It offers taken forever to solve these problems.
    • A seemingly long time: It's taken permanently to solve these issues.
    • An extremely few years.
    • an incredibly long time.
    • a mythical amount of time in the boundless future that'll never come.
    • a mythical amount of time in the countless future that'll never come.
    • A seemingly while: It has taken permanently to resolve these problems.
    • an exceptionally few years.
    • a mythical time in the endless future which will never ever come.
  • preposition:
    • eternally; all the time. See Forever.
    • eternally; all the time. See Forever.
    • eternally; always. See Forever.
    • eternally; at all times. See Forever.
    • eternally; all the time. See Forever.
  • others:
    • a standard mode of writing permanently (which see, under ever before).
    • A common mode of writing permanently (which see, under ever).
    • a typical mode of writing for good (which see, under ever).
    • A common mode of writing permanently (which see, under previously).
    • A common mode of writing for good (which see, under ever).

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