forever

I
(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)
adv. always, ever, eternally; incessantly, unceasingly. See durability, perpetuity.
II
(Roget's IV) modif.
1. [For all time]
Syn. everlastingly, permanently, always, eternally, immortally, until the end of time, until Doomsday, until the Day of Judgment, on and on, ever, perpetually, always, evermore, in perpetuity, world without end, saecula saeculorum (Latin), lastingly, interminably, enduringly, unchangingly, durably, ever and again, indestructibly, endlessly, infinitely, forevermore, aye, for good, for good and all, till hell freezes over*, for keeps*, from the cradle to the grave, for life, for always, for eternity, without cease, now and forever, in all ages, till death do us part.
Ant. temporarily*, for a time, at present.
2. [Continuously]
Syn. perpetually, unendingly, ceaselessly; see regularly 2 .
III
(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus) adv.
always, everlastingly, endlessly, eternally, incessantly, continually, unceasingly, for all time, interminably, *till hell freezes over.
ANT.: never

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