Evermore [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Evermore:

Grant me to have a right judgment in all things, and evermore to rejoice in Thy holy comfort.

Therefore the inexorable penalty, which evermore follows wrong, as a shadow its substance, was suffered to descend.

Peter Saffran's curse seemed likely to be fulfilled: "Upon this field no grass shall grow for evermore."

I perceive the deadly loco's odor there, and say it poison is; it drives them mad for evermore.

Would that each reader would accept the gift now, and evermore enjoy it, to the glory of God.

He had intended to take a life, but not hers, and now indeed the Pearl of the Isles was lost to him for evermore.

He took kind leave of Major and men: Adieu, my brothers; good be with you evermore!

Like Omar, I "evermore come out at the same door where in I went."

But masters has getten th' upper hand somehow; and I'm feared they'll keep it now and evermore.

Was it in mockery they smiled and writhed and gibbered ere they set themselves, fixed and rigid for evermore?