Forever - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |fərˈevər|  American pronunciation of the word forever
Brit.  |fəˈrɛvə|  British pronunciation of the word forever


- for a limitless time(syn: eternally, everlastingly, evermore)

no one can live forever

- for a very long or seemingly endless time

she took forever to write the paper
we had to wait forever and a day

- without interruption (syn: always, constantly, incessantly, perpetually)


She was convinced that she would live forever.

I've been waiting forever for the doctor.

a dog that was forever chasing cars

He's forever asking silly questions.

After what seemed like forever, I was able to see the doctor.

It took forever to find his keys.

The old social order has gone forever.

I will forever be grateful for his considerable input.

He was forever attempting to arrange deals.

It took her forever to find the answer.

I wanted that moment to last forever.

Many valuable works of art were lost forever.

Once built, stone walls last forever.

It took forever to clean up after the party.

The meeting seemed to go on forever and a day.

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