for‧ev‧er S3 also for ever British English
for all future time:
I wanted that moment to last forever.
Many valuable works of art were lost forever.
2 especially spoken
for a very long time:
Once built, stone walls last forever.
It took forever to clean up after the party.
The meeting seemed to go on forever and a day.
to do something often, especially in a way that annoys people [= be always doing something]:
He's forever making comments about my weight.
a phrase meaning forever, used especially in stories
5 American English
to be extremely long or large:
The road just went on forever.