Evermore In A Sentence

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Evermore | Evermore Sentence

  • For evermore forgotten be!
  • And evermore it flies.
  • One will be for evermore what one is.
  • And evermore said him naye.
  • And evermore the day succeeds the night.
  • And evermore the heavenly chimes in heavenly cadence ring.
  • The spirit I, which evermore denies!
  • All around Glared evermore the frequent funeral piles.
  • My thoughts did evermore disdain A rival on my throne.
  • But my inward woe, Be it evermore unknown to you, as now!
  • O thirst, forever ardent, Yet evermore content!
  • Are evermore informing thy harsh tongue. EL.
  • Well may we this grace and favour Evermore with blessings tell!
  • For evermore a hope unseen Betwixt the blossom and the bough.
  • That brain of yours is evermore contriving Some villainy to torture me withal.
  • And evermore from the high barbican, Saluted each returning caravan.
  • And my discourse no less Must evermore sound noisome to thine ear.
  • We wash, and free from all stain are we, Yet barren evermore must be!
  • A moment, and his wrath is past, Our joy for evermore shall last.
  • That evermore his teeth they chatter, Chatter, chatter, chatter still?
  • Preserving evermore THE CHILD.
  • For evermore around it, and fall off, As if, it, too, were holy.
  • But thou, I charge thee, let thine aid Be evermore like valiant as to-day.
  • Truth explain'd is to suspicion Evermore the best physician.

How To Use Evermore In A Sentence?

  • Without the friendship of Christ we should all have been lost for evermore in hell.
  • To learn through thee the presence of that aim Which evermore must guide me.
  • Sweet and clear, That evermore will now be haunting Her life here.
  • And evermore you sobb'd and sigh'd, Burning in flames beyond all measure.
  • To us Thy favour evermore afford When on the wicked judgment shall be poured!
  • He promised, if I truly kept this word, My land would evermore be free from harm.
  • For mothers will evermore weave romances for their children so long as the memory of their own romance lives.
  • On his flight he has observed the tides eternally beating in upon the shore and evermore receding, all to no purpose.
  • Do we not feel that the only real deformity is sin, and that goodness evermore hallows and sanctifies its dwelling-place?
  • And there is evermore gret wynd in that fosse, that sterethe everemore the gravelle, and makethe it trouble.
  • It lies apart, we know not why, and evermore dips into shadow and threads the dark defiles of gloom.
  • With a bounding heart, he tossed away his ferula, and hastened to the scene, where joys for evermore seemed calling on him.
  • Must the hymn of our thanksgiving for countless mercies and the unspeakable gift of His life have evermore an undertone of funeral wailing?
  • No saving grace in thee was evermore ready, That to have pity on me vouchsafed thy pitiless bosom?
  • One cannot write for evermore of life in war-time, even if, as at times seems possible, the war outlasts the youngest of us.
  • What ever was, and evermore returns, Sterling tomorrow, for today 'twas sterling!

Definition of Evermore

Always; forever; eternally. | At any time in the future.
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