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Their Name Liveth for Evermore
Their bodies are buried in peace; but their name liveth for evermore.
(...) she bore? No—she never loved me truly: love is love for evermore.
Nearby words for for evermore
for a change
for a loop
for a song
for a wonder
for all intents and purposes
for all it is worth
for all one is worth
for all that
for all the world
for better or for worse
for chicken feed
for crying out loud
for days on end
for dear life
for fear of
for god's sake
for good measure
for heaven's sake
for love or money
for one thing
for one's health
for one's money
for one's pains
for one's part
for one's sake
for pete's sake