All Adverb Noun
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  • And now poor fellow, he is gone, but his name will live forever.
  • We felt we would escape this time, but it seemed like forever.
  • This does not mean that a chosen strength will remain with the team forever.
  • His music changed the course of opera and of music in general, forever.
  • The great majority of films made in the silent era are now considered lost forever.
  • In the 20th century, the river saw further development that would change its state forever.
  • It may well be the end of British influence and strength forever.
  • He at first says she must stay forever because she saw his deformities.
  • When you go this way, you can go on forever.
  • Israel is not going to be there forever in its present form.
  • They wanted people who would work on something forever.
  • I think he will forever be the greatest drummer of all time.
  • I didn't want to work on any project forever.
  • A lot of history would disappear if the show was put away forever.
  • In another episode, he decides to do something that will be spoken of forever.
  • He claims to know that in the future, everyone will live forever.
  • In any case, it will forever be associated with him.
  • Forever Changes is the third album by the American rock band Love.
  • Various characters are traced through the war, with several male characters changed forever by their military service.
  • In either case, the princess knows her lover is lost to her forever.
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Meaning of forever

  • adverb For a very long or seemingly endless time
    she took forever to write the paper, we had to wait forever and a day