[ UK /ˌɛvəlˈɑːstɪŋli/ ]
  1. for a limitless time
    no one can live forever
    brightly beams our Father's mercy from his lighthouse evermore
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How To Use everlastingly In A Sentence

  • Sea:/Listen .../hi (s e) ternal ... thunder — everlastingly. Sounding Romantic: The Sound of Sound
  • She was alive, but everlastingly inaccessible, and Alberg found this baffling and frustrating. SLEEP WHILE I SING
  • He believed in no God in the very idea of whose existence absolute truth, perfect goodness, and infinite wisdom, were not elements essentially necessary and everlastingly copresent. The Literary Remains of Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • Had Cleveland done naught else evil he would have damned himself everlastingly by pulling this intumescent jay out of a Nebraska turnip-patch to make him a cabinet clerk. The Complete Works of Brann the Iconoclast, Volume 10
  • This is an old dialectic—purity vs. despoliation, virtue vs. smut—but for families with teenagers, it is also everlastingly new. Darkness Too Visible
  • She was alive, but everlastingly inaccessible, and Alberg found this baffling and frustrating. SLEEP WHILE I SING
  • One may travel for league after league along this slimy water and make head for days and weeks against its current -- which glides everlastingly past the dahabiya, in little hurrying waves -- without seeing this warm, fecundating river, compared with which our rivers of France are mere negligible streams, either diminish or increase or hasten. Egypt (La Mort de Philae)
  • We all four strolled next morning, clad in the khaki reachmedowns that a Goanese "universal provider" told us were the "latest thing," into a den between a camel stable and an even mustier-smelling home of gloom, where oxen tied nose-to-tail went round and round, grinding out semsem everlastingly while a lean Swahili sang to them. The Ivory Trail
  • CREATOR Spirit, who broodest everlastingly over the lands and waters of earth, enduing them with forms and colours which no human skill can copy, give me to-day, I beseech Thee, the mind and heart to rejoice in Thy creation. A Diary Of Private Prayer
  • But there was so little to watch, except kites wheeling overhead everlastingly, that they went to sleep; and we were so bored, and so sure of our hiding-place and Schillingschen's unsuspicion that we did not notice them. The Ivory Trail
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