forevermore

[fawr-ev-er-mawr, -mohr, fer-]
adverb
forever hereafter.

Origin:
1830–40; for + evermore

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for evermore or forevermore (fɔːˌrɛvəˈmɔː, fə-, fɔːˌrɛvəˈmɔː, fə-)
 
adv
a more emphatic or emotive term for forever
 
forevermore or forevermore
 
adv

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Example sentences
The head learns new things, but the heart forevermore practices old experiences.
Forevermore, our country can't sweep that under the rug.
Our fight against terrorism is not a short-term effort, and homeland security will forevermore be a priority for our nation.
To end war forevermore, by building a bomb that cannot be used and remain civilized.
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