evermore

[ev-er-mawr, -mohr]
adverb
1.
always; continually; forever.
2.
at all future times; henceforth.

Origin:
1175–1225; Middle English evermor. See ever, more

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evermore (ˌɛvəˈmɔː)
 
adv
(often preceded by for) all time to come

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evermore
O.E. æfre ma; see ever + more.
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Example sentences
We pay evermore increasing prices for an ever decreasing feeling of importance.
Water cycle in the well evermore and produce all energy people will need.
It is no secret that aircraft are becoming evermore dependent on their on-board
  electronics.
Furthermore, computers are evermore being utilized in the commission of all
  types of traditional crimes.
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