ever-present

ADJECTIVE
  1. being always present
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How To Use ever-present In A Sentence

  • Though there is ever-present sadness the poet still wishes to "whip in kitchen cups concupiscent curds. Kazim Ali: From East Jerusalem to Ramallah
  • Going upmarket, I can go into Dear Soup except on busy days, as the tables are a bit close together and sitting beside a slurper is an ever-present danger. A table for one | 世論 What Japan Thinks
  • In the studio David Gower, Mike Atherton and Ian Botham lurked around an unusually small cardboard coffee table looking oddly bleached-out, a sense of ghostliness accentuated by the ever-present World Cup logo with its backdrop of faceless, baying cartoon figures set against a glaring firestorm of a sky, like a Soviet-era depiction of some future cricketing apocalypse. India's future is so bright they gotta wear shades | Barney Ronay
  • On the other side, the statue of the late Al Waxman, King of Kensington, beams down on us with its ever-present smile.
  • In between puffs on the ever-present cigarette he will reminisce about golf for hours.
  • Long-tailed macaque monkeys and silver leaf monkeys are ever-present.
  • Ultimately, however, it was the compère who mattered - who could they find who represented the indomitable spirit of Britain, the calm acceptance of the ever-present risk of death, and, most important, the triumph of love over death?
  • Suffice it to say that that rare enchanter Nabokov has a way of flitting in and out of my sights, as if ever-present, just there, behind my mind's eye. Tamsin Smith: Nabokov's Other Gift
  • In between, one could pluck out a few good ideas: the lovers singing over a freshly dug grave; the ever-present reminder of Morold's coffin; the flash-forward of decades in Act III. Berlin Boos an Inert and Ugly 'Tristan'
  • ‘There's the swagger, and that ever-present stogie,’ it reads.
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