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- adv. For eternity; forever.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an eternal manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without beginning or end of duration, or without end only; with reference to or throughout eternity.
- Perpetually; incessantly; at all times.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. for a limitless time
Though it will forever be unknown exactly how the name came about and myths will circle it eternally, the Japanese words gorira (gorilla) and kujira (whale) were combined and the beast became known as Gojira, which in turn became, in the west, Godzilla.
I remain eternally grateful to him for that night in Birmingham.
Oliver Wendell Holmes said: "We must remain eternally vigilant not to suppress the expression of opinions that we loathe."
But with an ever-refreshing youth demographic, they remain eternally hip and popular.
All that we call the eternally feminine is obliterated.
Jong-un, the youngest son and successor to the ruling dynasty started by his grandfather, was described as the "eternally immovable mental mainstay of the Korean people" by KCNA.
Kim Jong-un, his youngest son and anointed successor, was described as the "eternally immovable mental mainstay of the Korean people" by North Korean state news agency KCNA.
Must guilty man then remain eternally under wrath?
Now God, being good infinitely, originally, and eternally, is to be loved in the first place, and nothing loved beside him, but what is loved for him.
In his conversation, it is true, there was something military enough, as it consisted chiefly of oaths, and of the great actions and wise sayings of Jack, and Will, and Tom of our regiment, a phrase eternally in his mouth; and he seemed to conclude that it conveyed to all the officers such a degree of public notoriety and importance that it entitled him like the head of a profession, or a first minister, to be the subject of conversation among those who had not the least personal acquaintance with him.