forever forever  /fə ˈrɛ vər/


  1. (adv) for a limitless time
  2. (adv) for a very long or seemingly endless time
  3. (adv) without interruption


  1. Its roots trace back to the space race, but it wasn't until the mid- to late-1990s that the world truly embraced the Internet and the World Wide Web, forever defining the decade.
  2. The avatar of fascism posed the century's greatest threat to democracy and redefined the meaning of evil forever.
  3. In an age of empire and military might, he proved that the powerless had power and that force of arms would not forever prevail against force of spirit.


  1. ‘The Forever of Ella and Micha’ by Jessica Sorensen

    Jessica Sorensen’s latest novel The Forever of Ella and Micha is the last book of Ella and Micha’s love story. read more
    on June 19, 2013     Source:

  2. Get Instant Outfit Inspiration With Forever 21's New Social Platform, 21st Street

    Forever 21 launches a new social shopping platform, 21st Street!
    on June 18, 2013     Source: MTV

  3. Pheasants Forever landowner tours set

    Nebraska Pheasants Forever (PF) and Quail Forever (QF) wildlife biologists from across the state are hosting 17 different landowner habitat tours during the next four months.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: Grand Island Independent


  1. "My entire family wanted to be here tonight, but it was just too painful so they elected me to speak with all of you," Janet Jackson said. "I'd just like to say that, to you, Michael is an icon. To us, Michael is family and he will forever...
    on Jun 29, 2009 By: Janet Jackson Source: AFP

  2. "These people may have a right to their bonuses but they don't have a right to their jobs forever," Frank, a Massachusetts Democrat who heads the House Financial Services Committee, said on NBC's "Today" program.
    on Mar 16, 2009 By: Barney Frank Source: Reuters

  3. "The mood is shock and disbelief," Bellevue Mayor Virgil Murray said. "We've had this parade forever. We've had horses in the parade forever."
    on Jul 5, 2010 By: Virgil Source: Manila Bulletin

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