forever Definition

  • 1for all future time; for always
  • 2for an extremely long time or indefinitely

Using forever: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "forever" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    I will love you forever.

  • Example

    The memory of that day will stay with me forever.

  • Example

    The wait for the concert tickets seemed to last forever.

  • Example

    The beauty of nature will last forever.

forever Synonyms and Antonyms

Synonyms for forever

Antonyms for forever

Phrases with forever

  • forever and a day

    a very long time, often used to emphasize the length of time


    I will be your friend forever and a day.

  • to remain youthful in spirit, regardless of age


    She may be 60 years old, but she's forever young at heart.

  • for all future time; for always


    I promise to love you forevermore.


Summary: forever in Brief

The term 'forever' [fəˈrɛvər] refers to something that lasts for all future time or for an extremely long time. It is often used to express eternal love or to emphasize the length of time. The phrase 'forever and a day' emphasizes the length of time, while 'forever young' means to remain youthful in spirit. 'Forevermore' is another way to express 'forever.'

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