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To fill the hour—that is happiness.Ralph Waldo Emerson
- (RP) IPA: /fəɹˈɛvə/, SAMPA: /f@r"Ev@/
- (GenAm) IPA: /fəɹˈɛvɚ/, SAMPA: /f@r"Ev@`/
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- Rhymes: -ɛvə(r)
Adverbforever (not comparable)
- For all time, for all eternity; for an infinite amount of time.
- I shall love you forever.
- (colloquially) for a very long time.
- We had to wait forever to get inside.
- (colloquially) for an excessively long time.
- It took her forever to get dressed and ready for the party.
- The drive to his mothers' house took forever.
- (colloquially) constantly or frequently.
- You are forever nagging me.
- (colloquially) a mythical time in the infinite future that will never come.
- Sure, I'd be happy to meet with you on the 12th of forever.
- If I have to wait while you finish that project, then I'll be here forever.
- In the United Kingdom, for ever is the standard spelling for sense (1), whilst for ever and forever are both standard for senses (2) and (3). In the United States and Canada, generally only forever is used, regardless of sense.
for all time, for all eternity; for an infinite amount of time
(colloquially) for a very long time
(colloquially) for an excessively long time
(colloquially) constantly or frequently
(colloquially) a mythical time in the infinite future that will never come
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