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Etymology

Old English ǣfre, of uncertain origin.

Pronunciation

Adverb

ever

  1. (archaic) Always
    It was ever thus.
  2. At any time, particularly used as an intensifier.
    If that ever happens, we’re in deep trouble.
    Has a foreign-born man ever been president?
    Will this ever end?
    Don't ever do that again.

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Noun

ever m.

  1. wild boar

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