(Chiefly used for rhetorical effect or in ecclesiastical contexts) always: we pray that we may evermore dwell in him and he in us
More example sentences
- You will be alive, fruitful, and charming evermore because of my constant love.
- I for one have always promoted our need to become evermore involved in governmental affairs at all levels.
- Me, I suspect they are growing evermore desperate to retrospectively ‘justify’ their war, as the fruits of it grow more tragic, disastrous and perhaps even strategically-catastrophic for America.
always, forever, for ever and ever, ever, for always, for all time, until the end of time, eternally, in perpetuity; endlessly, without end, ceaselessly, unceasingly, constantly; ever after, henceforth; Britishfor evermore, forever more; North Americanforevermore; Latinin perpetuum, ad infinitum
informal until the cows come home, until the twelfth of never, until hell freezes over
archaic for aye