live happily ever after


: to live happily for the rest of one's life

Example Sentences

Recent Examples on the Web Kat and Max live happily ever after, Randi and Carter get married and do the same, and Sheila is forever in everyone’s life bringing joy and wisdom. Adrianna Freedman, Good Housekeeping, 10 May 2023 After a series of events, the two ultimately get married and live happily ever after. Okla Jones, Essence, 2 Nov. 2022 The purpose of finding a mate is neither to be saved nor to live happily ever after. Annie Lane, oregonlive, 7 Sep. 2022 At that time, there wasn't a world where Mina and Demetrius could live happily ever after. Leah Asmelash, CNN, 12 June 2022 The animated and more family-friendly Gnomeo and Juliet boasts a more fairy tale ending in which two garden gnomes from rival Stratford-upon-Avon neighbors live happily ever after. Donald Liebenson, Town & Country, 31 Jan. 2022 Two people meet, fall in love and live happily ever after—or sometimes not. Abdulrahman Olagunju, Scientific American, 29 Dec. 2021 Before Tom and Mary can live happily ever after, seemingly everything goes awry. Lilah Ramzi, Vogue, 27 Nov. 2021 Photographer Ford Fairchild knew there was just something about his friends — rising country singer/songwriter Willie Morrison and Country Music Association executive Lindsey Jones — that told him that the two could very well live happily ever after., 31 Aug. 2021 See More

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“Live happily ever after.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 8 Jun. 2023.

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