for ever and ever

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Etymology[edit]

for” + “ever” + “and” + “ever”; arising in the King James Bible, a literal translation from the Greek and Hebrew.

Adverb[edit]

for ever and ever (not comparable)

  1. (as an intensifier): forever.

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