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  • for evermore — always, forever, eternally, till the end of time …   English contemporary dictionary

  • for evermore — (N. Amer. forevermore) adverb Brit. forever …   English new terms dictionary

  • for evermore — …   Useful english dictionary

  • For You, For Me, For Evermore — is a song composed by George Gershwin, with lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Written around 1936 7, it was rediscovered by Ira Gershwin when he was preparing music for The Shocking Miss Pilgrim (1946), where it was introduced by Dick Haymes.Notable… …   Wikipedia

  • To Travel for Evermore — Infobox Album Name = To Travel for Evermore Type = Studio album Longtype = Artist = Wuthering Heights Released = January 2002 Recorded = Genre = Power/Progressive metal Length = 61:04 Label = Sensory Producer = Tommy Hansen Reviews = *… …   Wikipedia

  • Evermore (disambiguation) — Evermore may refer to:* Evermore (band), a New Zealand rock band * Evermore (album), a 2005 album by Planetshakers * Evermore (book), a collection of short storiesIt may also refer to:* Evermore , a song by W.A.S.P. * The Battle of Evermore , a… …   Wikipedia

  • Evermore — Ev er*more , adv. During eternity; always; forever; for an indefinite period; at all times; often used substantively with for. [1913 Webster] Seek the Lord . . . Seek his face evermore. Ps. cv. 4. [1913 Webster] And, behold, I am alive for… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • evermore — [ev΄ər môr′, ev′ər môr΄] adv. [ME evermor, earlier efre ma < OE æfre ma: see EVER & MORE] 1. Archaic forever; constantly 2. Obs. for all future time for evermore forever; always …   English World dictionary

  • evermore — adverb for evermore literary if you do something for evermore you continue to do it for ever: I will love you for evermore …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • evermore — ev|er|more [ˌevəˈmo: US ˌevərˈmo:r] adv for evermore literary for ever ▪ I will love you for evermore …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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