Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Eternally; perpetually; forever.
  • For all time, or for an indefinitely long time; permanently; continuously; incessantly: often used hyperbolically: as, you are everlastingly grumbling.
  • Beyond limitation or bounds; excessively; immoderately: as, he is everlastingly stingy.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adverb In an everlasting manner.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adverb In an everlasting manner; so as to be everlasting.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adverb for a limitless time

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Examples

  • Not yet! he kept saying although we told him the mop water was no longer picking up thrown-off stain, and the floor was everlastingly dull and dusty.

    Bird Cloud

  • "I'm some big Indian myself, an 'I'll be everlastingly jiggerooed if I put up for a wigwam I can't be boss of."

    CHAPTER XIII

  • This does not mean we should everlastingly be working in our gardens.

    Nature, Bounteous « Tales from the Reading Room

  • Not yet! he kept saying although we told him the mop water was no longer picking up thrown-off stain, and the floor was everlastingly dull and dusty.

    Bird Cloud

  • Oh, if TEH ZITARIANS destroy the military by infecting them with TEH HOMO VIRUS either through unleashing TEH GAY ZOMBIES on them or TEH GAY ANIMALS or through TEH REPEAL OF DADT, then it will be everlastingly more satisfying because we can always destroy marriage afterwards … I applaud Storm (ALTHOUGH he is confusing pedophilia with TEH HOMO) and mosswright for seeing TEH DANGER but they are TOO LATE …

    Think Progress » Gates to stop military from discharging gay troops who are outed by ‘third parties or jilted partners.’

  • Not yet! he kept saying although we told him the mop water was no longer picking up thrown-off stain, and the floor was everlastingly dull and dusty.

    Bird Cloud

  • They set out to everlastingly eat up some proposition but at the first sign of trouble they turn tail and stampede for the brush.

    Chapter XVI

  • But there was no Meringe, no Biddy and Terrence and Michael on the beach; no Mister Haggin and Derby and Bob; no beach: no land with the palm-trees near and the mountains afar off everlastingly lifting their green peaks into the sky.

    CHAPTER III

  • She discovered a will of her own and wishes of her own that were not everlastingly entwined with the will and the wishes of Daisy.

    A WICKED WOMAN

  • Washington closed with an invocation: "May the father of all mercies scatter light and not darkness in our paths, and make us all in our several vocations useful here, and in his own due time and way everlastingly happy."

    A Missing Monument to Religious Freedom

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