forevermore forevermore


  • (adv) at any future time; in the future


  1. The following afternoon in Washington Roosevelt declaimed December 7 a date that would forevermore live in infamy, and asked Congress for a declaration of war.
  2. Those who die in their sins must burn and burn and burn forevermore.


  1. My Amish Home: A week for remembering heat, hay and hats

    "Glory ye in his holy name: let the heart of them rejoice that seek the Lord. Seek the Lord and his strength: seek his face forevermore. Remember his marvelous works that he hath done; his wonders and the judgment of his mouth." Psalm 105:3-5 read more
    on June 19, 2013     Source:

  2. Bob Swisher: Visit ForeverMore in Georgetown this summer

    ForeverMore in downtown Georgetown is having a three-day summer open house in late June. ForeverMore in downtown Georgetown is having a three-day summer open house in late June. read more
    on June 15, 2013     Source:

  3. Free money from the government is a delusion

    Mr. Larry Drake, regarding your letter of June 12 in which you assert that the government will pay 100 percent of the Medicaid expansion for two years, then 90 percent forevermore, "world without end, amen."
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Portsmouth Herald


  1. "I thought Palin was dreadful," National Review editor Rich Lowry said after seeing her interview with CBS. "She had better be better prepared for next week or she risks damaging her political brand forevermore."
    on Sep 28, 2008 By: Rich Lowry Source: The Miami Herald

  2. "We think our water is free and will be here forevermore," Whitman said.
    on Jun 9, 2007 By: Christie Whitman Source: Miami Herald

  3. "I've always had a tremendous amount of respect for Jerry," Saban said. "He's done a great job of putting a team together, and personally, we're going to be friends forevermore."
    on Nov 2, 2006 By: Nick Saban Source: Rocky Mountain News

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