Examples of evermore in a Sentence
he promised to love her evermore, if only she would consent to be his wife
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Merkel, if anything, has positioned herself as the anti-autocrat — a defender of traditional democratic values at a time when those are seeming evermore outdated.
Dan Drezner, a veteran Star Wars philosopher and a professor who writes for The Post, is one of many fans who have noted how the ostensible heroes of the saga and their ideology look evermore fallible.
Which is to say: Trump appears evermore willing to defy the warnings of experts — and sow far-reaching chaos — to satisfy the far-right.
Investors became evermore optimistic, meaning an even bigger rise in earnings is needed in the future to avoid disappointment.
But the rise of cord-cutting, particularly among younger viewers, means marketers’ media plans are becoming evermore messy.
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