1 always, evermore, for all time, for good and all (informal) for keeps, in perpetuity, till Doomsday, till the cows come home (informal) till the end of time, world without end
2 all the time, constantly, continually, endlessly, eternally, everlastingly, incessantly, interminably, perpetually, unremittingly
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forever , for ever
1 adv If you say that something will happen or continue forever, you mean that it will always happen or continue.
ADV with v
I think that we will live together forever..., I will forever be grateful for his considerable input.
2 adv If something has gone or changed forever, it has gone or changed completely and permanently.
ADV after v
The old social order was gone forever..., Their lives changed forever.
3 adv If you say that something takes forever or lasts forever, you are emphasizing that it takes or lasts a very long time, or that it seems to.
INFORMAL ADV after v (emphasis)
The drive seemed to take forever...
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