from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Which lives or continues forever; immortal; everlasting.
- adj. Which will never be forgotten.
- adj. Of or relating to immortality.
- adj. Generic intensifier.
- n. That which is living forever.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Living always; immoral; eternal.
- adj. Continual; incessant; unintermitted.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Deathless; eternal; immortal; having eternal existence.
- Continual; unfailing; permanent: as, an ever-living principle.
But high school is hard enough to survive without worrying that someone is going to beat the everliving snot out of you, or go on Facebook to post awful pictures of you from a party.
And if the Repubs nominate Palin-Bachmann, it should scare the everliving hell out of any sentient American: there really are tens of millions of brain-dead teabaggers out there.
I'm trying to get myself back into writing, and the thought scares the everliving daylights out of me.
This world-order [kosmos], the same of all, no god nor man did create, but it ever was and is and will be: everliving fire, kindling in measures and being quenched in measures.
When Aric finally came home, I showed him the horror and he did a manful cringe — and then agreed that we needed to go get some bleach and some dry-out crystals or whatever the hell one does to dehydrate the everliving-assfuck out of an enclosed space.
O gracious light, pure brightness of the everliving Father in heaven
But can anyone expect Mexican and Canadian officials to look on this dribble day-after-everliving-day and not think less of us?
Almighty and everliving God, ruler of all things in heaven and earth, hear our prayers for this parish family.
And if you can maintain understanding in a relationship, then you have one that will continue, as we say in the ceremony, everliving, evernew.
The first draft of the line runs: Which nursed and fed his everliving woe.