There were all manner of bird songs; much delight was there and evermore shall be.
Evelyn, I have confided to you all,—all this wild heart, now and evermore your own.
Marster called to him again, and den dat fool Nigger cut loose and he evermore did cuss Marster out.
If a man will but work that which is in him, will but make the power of God his own, then is it well with him for evermore.
O God, who givest unto all their food, make us thankful and provide for all the needy, now and evermore.
I'm a roving vagabond—she hates me for evermore—it's all over!'
evermore, in school work, we are striving to substitute something better for something not so good.
May thou burn for evermore in hell, thou black-hearted traitor!
Let us, with our counterparts, the most lovely of maidens, become twin-souls for evermore.
Set a wall about it, O Lord, and evermore mightily defend it.