every since vs ever since :

every since vs ever since

every since or ever since

Ever since is an English expression which means 'from that time until now'

"Ever since I saw her, her loves has settled on my heart."

Every since is a totally incorrect expression often used when it is "ever since" that was intended.

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  • Salute: From a truck driver’s daughter to her dad
    I am a 44-year-old, um, young lady with three sisters who grew up with a father who drove truck. Every since I can remember, our Dad was on the road. We would get excited, or nervous if we were in trouble, when we heard Dad was coming home. Our home was not like all of our friends’ homes.
    June 23, 2013 - eTrucker