Adjective "forever" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/fəˈrɛvə/

Definitions and examples

adverb

For all future time; for always.
  1. 'It must have existed at some point, but now it's vanished, gone, disappeared, forever.'
  2. 'First, of course, is the kind of love we all long for, the love that endures forever.'
  3. 'This thing can never be forsaken; keep this always and forever in your mind.'
  4. 'I have a vegan friend, and if I could find her a cheesecake substitute, she would love me forever.'
  5. 'These new parents said they would be there forever and always but so did his birth mom.'
  6. 'But one alarm clock, boom of thunder, or shout in the street later and your one true love is gone forever.'
  7. 'For anyone reading this who has had to have a baby adopted for any reason, be assured that they will think of you always and forever.'
  8. 'They're not going to disappear forever, I like them, but I will be treating them with respect in the future.'
  9. 'Motherhood certainly changes you forever but not always in obvious or particularly visible ways.'
  10. 'Five months after the visitation, all the witnesses disappear forever.'
  11. 'it took forever to get a passport'
  12. 'We talked for what seemed like forever, we always seemed to have plenty to talk about.'
  13. 'I had decided to put my hair in a bun with curls, and my hair usually takes forever to get just right.'
  14. 'I lay there for what seemed like forever before I could breathe, let alone move.'
  15. 'Well, Larry, in my experience as a fed, it takes the feds forever to move on anything.'
  16. 'His muscles began to ache again as he continued doing this for what seemed like forever.'
  17. 'The bishop, Father, Henry and the others were moving towards him, taking forever to arrive.'
Continually.
  1. 'Sophie has long brown hair that is forever getting in her face while she paints.'
  2. 'Twombly's brush and pencil are always moving, his fingers forever in the paint.'
  3. 'I was forever tugging at my clothes or moving to the back row when we lined up for photographs.'
  4. 'She needs constant care and it is not fair that she is forever on the move.'
  5. 'She ran into the dense wood trying to hide but he was always there, forever catching up to her.'
  6. 'We were not thinking about turning ourselves into geriatric backpackers, forever on the move.'
  7. 'Lisa noted the way his light brown hair fell over his forehead and the way he was forever pushing it back.'

adjective

Lasting or permanent.
  1. 'parenting is a forever job'
  2. 'Are you ready for a forever relationship?'
  3. 'Tons of girls tell us that, in today's competitive world, talents like hitting homeruns, cracking hilarious jokes, playing a mean flute or being a forever friend just don't cut it anymore.'
  4. 'If you find yourself in the position of being able to provide a forever loving home for a new pet, please contact your area shelters and rescue organizations.'
  5. 'Too many people get a Boxer for the wrong reasons and thankfully there are rescue organizations to take these dogs into their homes and provide care until a forever family can be found.'
  6. 'This is a forever commitment and we are very fortunate to have green-minded residents here.'
  7. 'The other part of me realizes that I'm young and I shouldn't be rushing into a forever relationship right now.'
  8. 'They want a forever family like any child.'

Definitions

1. without ever ending; eternally: to last forever.

2. continually; incessantly; always: He's forever complaining. noun

3. an endless or seemingly endless period of time: It took them forever to make up their minds. Idioms

4. forever and a day, eternally; always: They pledged to love each other forever and a day.

More examples(as adjective)

"kisses can be forever."

"changings can be forever."