"Forever more" and "for ever more", what's the difference between those two?
Great question. There is no difference between the two. "Forever more", "for ever more" and even "forevermore" all have the same meaning. They all mean always or forever. Ex: I will love you forever more. Ex: I will love you forevermore. Ex: I will love you for ever more. All of the above are possible and correct. In the United Kingdom and most of the Commonwealth, the spelling "for evermore" is the usual form.
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