nevermore

[nev-er-mawr, -mohr]
adverb
never again; never thereafter: And nevermore were the elves seen in that town.

Origin:
1175–1225; Middle English; see never, more

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nevermore (ˌnɛvəˈmɔː)
 
adv
literary never again

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Word Origin & History

nevermore
c.1200, from never + more.
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Example sentences
Signs are consensuses of nevermore than four studies, while those in square brackets are inferences only.
And nevermore returned, nor was seen again by her people.
Nevermore will time seem short or long, and cares will never again.
In reality a renewal of the conflict was palpably out of the question, and the publication of debates was nevermore challenged.
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