American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adv. Forever; always.
- adv. In a future time.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Always; forever; eternally, or for all coming time: often preceded by for.
- At all times; continually: as, evermore guided by truth.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. During eternity; always; forever; for an indefinite period; at all times; -- often used substantively with
- adv. at any future time; in the future
- adv. for a limitless time
“And where Love is, that offering evermore is blest.”
“In such a connection as this, the phrase "for evermore" is employed in a restricted sense (see on  La 3: 31).”
“Note, The way to rejoice evermore is to pray without ceasing.”
“Perhaps most encouraging, particularly to those who blanch at the notion of evermore vaccines and antibiotics, are reports suggesting that pro-biotics and dietary components such as yoghurt, buttermilk and other fermented foods may be used to prevent and/or treat H. pylori infection.”
“Well, anyway,' said Hagrid quickly, intervening before Ron could answer back, 'Dumbledore'd bewitched this branch to burn fer evermore, which isn' somethin 'any wizard could do, an' so I lies it down in the snow by Karkuss feet and says, "A gift to the Gurg of the giants from Albus Dumbledore, who sends his respectful greetings."”
“The German people will simply refuse to send their hard earned cash to the PIIGS for evermore, which is what they would have to do for the eurozone to survive with all 17 members in it.”
“In turn, our politics are likely to feel evermore acrimonious and irreconcilable, at least for the foreseeable future.”
“We are in the mess because of a Congress that was asleep at the switch, a President and Vice President that were driven by greed and a desire for evermore power and control, and a general population that could not manage its own spending .... gimmee, gimmee, gimmee is all people seem to know.”
“Each day it becomes more apparent that the Republicans in Congress are evermore determined to derail health care reform.”
“If he rose, he would evermore be a child of darkness.”
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Words ending with *more or *less, more or less. Many of theses terms also appear on the list The -less Said, which see.
These words are from Samuel Richardson's novel Clarissa, Or, The History of a Young Lady, 1747-48
My favorite words.
We got a regular Shakespeare over here..
One word from each of Omar Khayyam's rubaiyat as translated by Edward FitzGerald (1st edition)
"Lolita, light of my life, fire of my loins. My sin, my soul. Lo-lee-ta: the tip of the tongue taking a trip of three steps down the palate to tap, at three, on the teeth. Lo. Lee. Ta."
Looking for tweets for evermore.