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  2  definitions  found 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Forever  \For*ev"er\,  adv  [For,  prep.  +  ever.] 
  1.  Through  eternity;  through  endless  ages,  eternally. 
 
  2.  At  all  times;  always 
 
  Note:  In  England,  for  and  ever  are  usually  written  and 
  printed  as  two  separate  words  but  in  the  United 
  States,  the  general  practice  is  to  make  but  a  single 
  word  of  them 
 
  {Forever  and  ever},  an  emphatic  ``forever.'' 
 
  Syn:  Constantly;  continually;  invariably;  unchangeably; 
  incessantly;  always  perpetually;  unceasingly; 
  ceaselessly;  interminably;  everlastingly;  endlessly; 
  eternally. 
 
  From  WordNet  r  1.6  [wn]: 
 
  forever 
  n  :  time  without  end  [syn:  {eternity},  {infinity}] 
  adv  1:  for  a  limitless  time;  "no  one  can  live  forever";  "brightly 
  beams  our  Father's  mercy  from  his  lighthouse 
  evermore"-  P.P.Bliss  [syn:  {everlastingly},  {eternally}, 
  {evermore}] 
  2:  (informal)  for  a  very  long  or  seemingly  endless  time;  "she 
  took  forever  to  write  the  paper";  "we  had  to  wait  forever 
  and  a  day"  [syn:  {forever  and  a  day}] 
  3:  seemingly  without  interruption;  often  and  repeatedly; 
  "always  looking  for  faults";  "it  is  always  raining";  "he 
  is  forever  cracking  jokes";  "they  are  forever  arguing" 
  [syn:  {always}] 




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