ever-present ever-present


  • (adj) being always present


  1. But the war of words is a reminder of an ever-present danger of military adventurism across the Israel-Lebanon border.
  2. And even if a peaceful solution were possible, the danger remains ever-present that a mistake by either one of the gunmen or one of the Russian units could trigger a bloodbath.
  3. So, even as the threat of a major professional attack emanating from al-Qaeda central may be on the rise, the danger from local amateurs acting autonomously remains ever-present.


  1. With Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh Slumping, Who Can LeBron James Rely On In Finals?

    LeBron James needs help. Consistent, ever-present help. Assistance was supposed to come in the form of Dwyane Wade . The two-time NBA champion. Nine-time All-Star. Finals MVP. One of the best—screw it—a top-five shooting guard of all time. On the off chance Wade wouldn't rise to the occasion, there would be Chris Bosh . A champion himself. Eight-time All-Star. Former No. 1 offensive option with ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report

  2. Johnson: Out with the old, in with a whole new you

    Change: It happens. We’ve all gone through periods in our lives where we can’t seem to keep up from one day or even one minute to the next with ever-present change.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Wichita Falls Times Record News


  1. "A serious threat hangs over the development of European football: the malign and ever-present influence of money,"" wrote Platini in his letter which was reproduced in the Daily Telegraph on Wednesday. "But money has never been the ultimate...
    on Sep 19, 2007 By: Michel Platini Source: Tehran Times

  2. "Despite the ever-present threat of violence and the inherent risk of the task at hand, our Canadian Forces members continue to pursue justice in a land scarred by violence and chaos," Jean said.
    on Mar 9, 2009 By: Michaelle Jean Source: Winnipeg Sun

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