Definition of Forever in English :

Define Forever in English

Forever meaning in English

Meaning of Forever in English

Pronunciation of Forever in English

Forever pronunciation in English

Pronounce Forever in English

Forever

see synonyms of forever

Adverb

1. eternally, everlastingly, evermore, forever

for a limitless time

Example Sentences:
'no one can live forever'
'brightly beams our Father's mercy from his lighthouse evermore'

2. forever, forever and a day

for a very long or seemingly endless time

Example Sentences:
'she took forever to write the paper'
'we had to wait forever and a day'

3. always, constantly, forever, incessantly, perpetually

without interruption

Example Sentences:
'the world is constantly changing'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Forever

see synonyms of forever
adverb
1. Also: for ever
without end; everlastingly; eternally
2. 
at all times; incessantly
3. informal
for a very long time
he went on speaking forever
noun
4. (as object) informal
a very long time
it took him forever to reply
5.  …forever!
an exclamation expressing support or loyalty
Scotland forever!

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Forever

see synonyms of forever
adverb
1. 
for eternity; for always; endlessly
2. 
at all times; always
noun
3.  Informal
a period of time that seems to have no end

Webster’s New World College Dictionary, 4th Edition. Copyright © 2010 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved.


Forever

see synonyms of forever
adv.
1. For everlasting time; eternally: No one can live forever.
2. At all times; incessantly: was forever complaining about the job.
n.
A seemingly very long time: It has taken forever to resolve these problems.

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