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Word "EVER" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Adverb
Definition:
at all times; all the time and on every occasion
Synonyms:
always, e'er
Examples:
ever hoping to strike it rich
ever busy

Part of Speech:
Adverb
Definition:
(intensifier for adjectives) very
Synonyms:
ever so
Examples:
she was ever so friendly

Part of Speech:
Adverb
Definition:
at any time
Synonyms:
of all time
Examples:
did you ever smoke?

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At any point in time USA Today 27 Jun 2022
"... happily ___ after" Family Time 26 Jun 2022
Washington, with 'the' New York Times 19 Jun 2022
Always Newsday 16 Jun 2022
Happily ___ after USA Today 16 Jun 2022
Rarely, if ___ Universal 15 Jun 2022
"This is the best week ___!" Family Time 05 Jun 2022
"Don't you __ stop!?" LA Times Daily 30 May 2022
Of all time LA Times Daily 27 May 2022
At any time Thomas Joseph 27 May 2022
Part ten of our message Canadiana 23 May 2022
'Don't ___ give up!' USA Today 18 May 2022
At least once Universal 17 May 2022
See 18 The Guardian Cryptic 17 May 2022
Perpetually Newsday 15 May 2022
At any time Irish Times Simplex 05 May 2022
'Never Have I __': Netflix series created by Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher The Washington Post 04 May 2022
"Never Have I __": Netflix series created by Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher LA Times Daily 04 May 2022
At any time Thomas Joseph 02 May 2022
Unceasingly Newsday 01 May 2022
At any time The Washington Post 28 Apr 2022
At any time LA Times Daily 28 Apr 2022
Always Eugene Sheffer 27 Apr 2022
At any point USA Today 23 Apr 2022
'Never ___ Getting Rid of Me' ('Waitress' song) USA Today 17 Apr 2022
At any time Universal 14 Apr 2022
Continuously Newsday 10 Apr 2022
At all times Wall Street Journal 28 Mar 2022
'Fattily ___ After' (Stephanie Yeboah book) USA Today 24 Mar 2022
At any time Newsday 15 Mar 2022
"It was the most fun ___!" Family Time 14 Mar 2022
At any time The Washington Post 14 Mar 2022
At any time LA Times Daily 14 Mar 2022
At any point New York Times 14 Mar 2022
Without a break Newsday 12 Mar 2022
Ceaselessly Newsday 11 Mar 2022
Permanently New York Times 11 Mar 2022
At any time Newsday 08 Mar 2022
"When will I ___ learn?" Universal 04 Mar 2022
"... happily ___ after" Universal 28 Feb 2022
On any occasion Universal 24 Feb 2022
Eternally The Washington Post 22 Feb 2022
Eternally LA Times Daily 22 Feb 2022
Always The Guardian Quick 15 Feb 2022
Continually Thomas Joseph 10 Feb 2022
Never have I ___ Universal 02 Feb 2022
Eternally, before "after" Family Time 31 Jan 2022
At any point The Washington Post Sunday 30 Jan 2022
At any time Newsday 24 Jan 2022
Word that becomes its own antonym when an "n" is added to the front Universal 24 Jan 2022
Never have I ___ USA Today 17 Jan 2022
'Felix ___ After' (Kacen Callender novel) USA Today 10 Jan 2022
"... happily ___ after" Family Time 09 Jan 2022
At any time Thomas Joseph 04 Jan 2022
At any time Wall Street Journal 03 Jan 2022
'Did I ___ tell you . . .' USA Today 02 Jan 2022
At any time Thomas Joseph 01 Jan 2022
At any time USA Today 24 Dec 2021
At all New York Times 23 Dec 2021
Always Eugene Sheffer 21 Dec 2021
At all times Canadiana 20 Dec 2021
Always Eugene Sheffer 08 Dec 2021
Now more than ___ Universal 03 Dec 2021
'How can I ___ thank you enough?' USA Today 01 Dec 2021
''If you ___ do that again, I'll scream'' Family Time 29 Nov 2021
''Yes, but have you ___ seen anyone do this?'' Family Time 28 Nov 2021
Now or in the past Wall Street Journal 23 Nov 2021
Always Eugene Sheffer 17 Nov 2021
"Oh, when will they __ learn?": Seeger lyric LA Times Daily 11 Nov 2021
Always The Times Concise 10 Nov 2021
At any point LA Times Daily 09 Nov 2021
Happily ___ after USA Today 08 Nov 2021
Always Eugene Sheffer 04 Nov 2021
Live happily ___ after Universal 03 Nov 2021
Even one time LA Times Daily 28 Oct 2021
Always LA Times Daily 18 Oct 2021
Always The Washington Post 18 Oct 2021
Now or in the past Wall Street Journal 12 Oct 2021
"Not never but hardly ___" Family Time 04 Oct 2021
Always Eugene Sheffer 28 Sep 2021
In all of time Wall Street Journal 25 Sep 2021
At any time Newsday 22 Sep 2021
Always Eugene Sheffer 14 Sep 2021
Even once The Washington Post Sunday 12 Sep 2021
Always Eugene Sheffer 08 Sep 2021
At any time Newsday 07 Sep 2021
At any point New York Times 31 Aug 2021
At any time The Times Concise 24 Aug 2021
At least once Wall Street Journal 21 Aug 2021
Under any circumstances Wall Street Journal 18 Aug 2021
At any time Newsday 17 Aug 2021
Happily ___ after USA Today 16 Aug 2021
"... happily ___ after" Universal 15 Aug 2021
At any time Irish Times Simplex 14 Aug 2021
At any time Universal 24 Jul 2021
Even once New York Times 18 Jul 2021
Now or in the past Wall Street Journal 17 Jul 2021
"This is the best day ___!" Family Time 12 Jul 2021
"... lived happily ___ after" Family Time 11 Jul 2021
Constantly Newsday 09 Jul 2021
Always The Telegraph Quick 07 Jul 2021
''. . . happily __ after'' Newsday 07 Jul 2021
Unendingly Newsday 27 Jun 2021
It's often seen before after Newsday 25 Jun 2021
Incessantly The Washington Post 05 Jun 2021
Incessantly LA Times Daily 05 Jun 2021
At any time Wall Street Journal 01 Jun 2021
"This is the best day ___!" Family Time 23 May 2021
'The Coldest Winter ___' USA Today 22 May 2021
Always Eugene Sheffer 22 May 2021
At any time Newsday 12 May 2021
At all The Washington Post Sunday 09 May 2021
At any time The Washington Post 07 May 2021
At any time LA Times Daily 07 May 2021
Continually Thomas Joseph 06 May 2021
Hardly __ (rarely) Newsday 03 May 2021
At any time USA Today 29 Apr 2021
Now or before Wall Street Journal 27 Apr 2021
At any time Thomas Joseph 24 Apr 2021
Rhyme and follower of 'never' USA Today 20 Apr 2021
Follower of "happily" Universal 18 Apr 2021
'Don't ___ do that again' USA Today 12 Apr 2021
At any time The Sun Two Speed 10 Apr 2021
Original sinner right continually The Sun Two Speed 10 Apr 2021
At any point in time USA Today 03 Apr 2021
One or more times Universal 27 Mar 2021
Always appearing in these verses The Sun Two Speed 20 Mar 2021
''. . . happily __ after'' Newsday 08 Mar 2021
At any point Newsday 25 Feb 2021
On any occasion Universal 22 Feb 2021
On any occasion Wall Street Journal 20 Feb 2021
At any time Universal 18 Feb 2021
Eternally Wall Street Journal 04 Feb 2021
"Worst. Idea. ___!" Universal 29 Jan 2021
In perpetuity New York Times 28 Jan 2021
"Be it __ so humble ... " LA Times Daily 18 Jan 2021
'Be it __ so humble ... ' The Washington Post 18 Jan 2021
Always The Telegraph Quick 16 Jan 2021
'Have You ___?' (Brandy song) USA Today 16 Jan 2021
Always seen in Monteverde The Sun Two Speed 12 Jan 2021
Ceaselessly Newsday 08 Jan 2021
Happily ___ after USA Today 05 Jan 2021
Anytime at all New York Times 28 Dec 2020
At all Newsday 20 Dec 2020
Always among believers The Sun Two Speed 19 Dec 2020
'Have you ___ had a dream . . .' USA Today 15 Dec 2020
"Did you __?!" LA Times Daily 10 Dec 2020
'Did you __?!' The Washington Post 10 Dec 2020
"If ___ you need more ..." Family Time 07 Dec 2020
Happily-after link LA Times Daily 23 Nov 2020
Happily-after link The Washington Post 23 Nov 2020
This is the best day ___! Family Time 16 Nov 2020
At any time Irish Times Simplex 13 Nov 2020
Happily-after connection USA Today 10 Nov 2020
''. . . lived happily __ after'' Newsday 09 Nov 2020
Always among cleverdicks The Sun Two Speed 07 Nov 2020
"All I ___ wanted ..." Universal 04 Nov 2020
Penultimate word in many a fairy tale Wall Street Journal 28 Oct 2020
Penultimate word in many fairy tales New York Times 26 Oct 2020
What's before after, at the end? New York Times 23 Oct 2020
In one's entire experience Newsday 18 Oct 2020
Unceasingly LA Times Daily 11 Oct 2020
Unceasingly The Washington Post 11 Oct 2020
'Never Have I ___' USA Today 01 Oct 2020
At any point Universal 13 Sep 2020
Constantly Newsday 11 Sep 2020
'Do I ___!' New York Times 02 Sep 2020
Even once USA Today 31 Aug 2020
Of all time Newsday 30 Aug 2020
'The Greatest Story ___ Told' Jonesin 18 Aug 2020
Even once Universal 10 Aug 2020
"Best day ___!" Family Time 02 Aug 2020
For all time Universal 28 Jul 2020
At any point Wall Street Journal 28 Jul 2020
First Lady right continually The Sun Two Speed 18 Jul 2020
'. . . said no one ___' USA Today 13 Jul 2020
"How can I ___ repay you?" Universal 09 Jul 2020
''Best day ___!'' Family Time 06 Jul 2020
"— so sorry!" Premier Sunday 05 Jul 2020
Once or more USA Today 04 Jul 2020
At any point USA Today 29 Jun 2020
'No one will ___ know' The Washington Post Sunday 28 Jun 2020
For all time Newsday 19 Jun 2020
Always in Cape Verdi The Sun Two Speed 10 Jun 2020
Of all time Universal 03 Jun 2020
On any occasion Newsday 31 May 2020
'Best. Day. ___!' New York Times 24 May 2020
On any occasion The Telegraph Quick 22 May 2020
Always Wall Street Journal 05 May 2020
Always seen in Heversham The Sun Two Speed 29 Apr 2020
'Be it ___ so humble Г%82..." Family Time 27 Apr 2020
At any time The Telegraph Quick 24 Apr 2020
Penultimate word in some fairy tales USA Today 16 Apr 2020
'Have I ___ lied to you?' USA Today 07 Apr 2020
Now or in the past Wall Street Journal 03 Mar 2020
___ since (as of) Family Time 02 Mar 2020
Happily-after link Universal 26 Feb 2020
"Be it ___ so humble Г%82..." Family Time 24 Feb 2020
'Did I ___ tell you ...' The Washington Post Sunday 23 Feb 2020
'My longest yeah boy ___' (hit YouTube video) USA Today 21 Feb 2020
At any time
At any time New York Times 16 Feb 2020
"Do I ___!"
Even a single time Newsday 15 Dec 2019
Better than ___ Universal 11 Dec 2019
Always The Times Concise 03 Dec 2019
Of all time New York Times 01 Dec 2019
Of all time
In any case Jonesin 22 Oct 2019
Of all time LA Times Daily 21 Oct 2019
Of all time The Washington Post 21 Oct 2019
At all times Wall Street Journal 10 Oct 2019
For all time USA Today 13 Aug 2019
Partner of anon USA Today 26 Jul 2019
Word common in fairy tale finales Wall Street Journal 25 Jul 2019
With 'and' and 18-Across, 'on occasion' USA Today 14 Jul 2019
Unendingly Premier Sunday 23 Jun 2019
___ and anon New York Times 03 Jun 2019
Continuously LA Times Daily 02 Jun 2019
Continuously The Washington Post 02 Jun 2019
Happily-after connector Universal 30 May 2019
See 24-Across USA Today 19 May 2019
In any way The Washington Post 13 May 2019
In any way LA Times Daily 13 May 2019
Always in Cape Verde The Sun Two Speed 10 May 2019
Anon's partner Wall Street Journal 07 May 2019
'Have You ___?' (No. 1 hit for Brandy) The Washington Post Sunday 05 May 2019
Suffix with who or what USA Today 05 Apr 2019
Always Universal 25 Mar 2019
Always Canadiana 18 Mar 2019
Measure of prevention on the rise at any time The Telegraph Cryptic 13 Mar 2019
In all of history USA Today 11 Mar 2019
- The Washington Post Sunday 24 Feb 2019
Under any conditions USA Today 18 Feb 2019
In one's lifetime USA Today 15 Feb 2019
'As ___' (letter closing) USA Today 30 Jan 2019
'Have you ___ wondered ...?' New York Times 22 Jan 2019
"Be it ___ so humble ..." Family Time 21 Jan 2019
In any way
Anon's partner
At any time
At any point
In one's lifetime
Unceasingly
For all time
With "and" and 18-Across, "on occasion"
For all time
At all times
"Have you ___ wondered ...?"
See 24-Across
Partner of anon
Always
"As ___" (letter closing)
Word common in fairy tale finales
Always
Under any conditions
Suffix with who or what
In all of history
Happily-after connector
At any time
Continuously
Of all time
___ and anon
"... Story ___ Told" Universal 23 Dec 2018
'Have You ___ Seen the Rain?' (double-platinum single for Creedence Clearwater Revival) The Chronicle of Higher Education 21 Dec 2018
"Best Song __": One Direction hit LA Times Daily 12 Dec 2018
'Best Song __': One Direction hit The Washington Post 12 Dec 2018
At any point in history Wall Street Journal 04 Dec 2018
"... happily ___ after" Universal 30 Nov 2018
In perpetuity USA Today 28 Nov 2018
Even once Newsday 31 Oct 2018
Word before "after" Universal 30 Oct 2018
Present opener? Universal 29 Oct 2018
Increasingly Wall Street Journal 24 Oct 2018
On any occasion first lady precedes Queen The Telegraph Cryptic 18 Oct 2018
"Be it ___ so humble" Universal 12 Oct 2018
Lasting lead-in? Family Time 30 Sep 2018
For all time Wall Street Journal 20 Sep 2018
In your lifetime USA Today 05 Sep 2018
"Where" end Universal 20 Aug 2018
At all New York Times 16 Aug 2018
It's before "after" Universal 09 Aug 2018
Constantly Wall Street Journal 31 Jul 2018
Better than ___ New York Times 30 Jul 2018
At all times Family Time 30 Jul 2018
Permanently Newsday 29 Jul 2018
Word with "glade" or "green" Universal 27 Jul 2018
Even once The Washington Post 08 Jul 2018
Even once LA Times Daily 08 Jul 2018
On any occasion USA Today 02 Jul 2018
"Be it ___ so humble ..." Universal 26 Jun 2018
Penultimate fairy tale word USA Today 21 Jun 2018
Until doomsday USA Today 04 Jun 2018
"How can I ___ thank you?" Universal 22 May 2018
___ after New York Times 20 May 2018
Always in Heversham The Sun Two Speed 30 Apr 2018
Perpetually The Washington Post 23 Apr 2018
At all times Newsday 19 Apr 2018
At any point The Washington Post 16 Apr 2018
At any point LA Times Daily 16 Apr 2018
As ___ (letter closing) USA Today 15 Apr 2018
At any time Family Time 01 Apr 2018
"Rarely, if ___ . . ." USA Today 29 Mar 2018
At any time The Times Concise 26 Mar 2018
Ending for who, what or where USA Today 17 Mar 2018
Even a single time Universal 15 Mar 2018
"Happily ___ after" Family Time 12 Mar 2018
Lasting lead-in? The Washington Post 11 Mar 2018
Lasting lead-in? LA Times Daily 11 Mar 2018
In perpetuity Wall Street Journal 06 Mar 2018
At all times Jonesin 06 Mar 2018
Unceasingly Newsday 01 Mar 2018
'' . . . lived happily __ after'' Newsday 27 Feb 2018
___ and anon USA Today 22 Feb 2018
"As ___" (letter closing) USA Today 02 Feb 2018
At any point Jonesin 30 Jan 2018
Always requiring some leverage The Sun Two Speed 19 Jan 2018
Always The Sun Two Speed 19 Jan 2018
See 43-Down USA Today 11 Jan 2018
"... Story ___ Told"
"Best Song __": One Direction hit
At any point
Even once
Perpetually
"Have You ___ Seen the Rain?" (double-platinum single for Creedence Clearwater Revival)
"Be it ___ so humble"
"... happily ___ after"
At all
Better than ___
___ after
"Be it ___ so humble ..."
Increasingly
For all time
Constantly
At least once
At any point in history
___ and anon
Until doomsday
See 43-Down
Penultimate fairy tale word
On any occasion
In your lifetime
In your life
In perpetuity
At any point
As ___ (letter closing)
"Rarely, if ___ . . ."
Word with "glade" or "green"
Word before "after"
Present opener?
It's before "after"
"Where" end
"How can I ___ thank you?"
"Will they ___ learn?" Family Time 10 Dec 2017
At any point Premier Sunday 10 Dec 2017
Fairy tale's penultimate word USA Today 06 Dec 2017
"When will they ___ learn?" Family Time 03 Dec 2017
Green beginner? Family Time 30 Oct 2017
"What" or "when" suffix Universal 27 Oct 2017
"Will it ___ stop raining?" Family Time 24 Sep 2017
Constantly The Washington Post 03 Sep 2017
Constantly LA Times Daily 03 Sep 2017
Continuously Newsday 31 Aug 2017
"Be it ___ so humble . . ." USA Today 27 Aug 2017
" ... lived happily ___ after" Family Time 27 Aug 2017
"More" and "lasting" attachment Family Time 21 Aug 2017
Attachment to "lasting" Universal 17 Aug 2017
Attachment to "where" or "for" Universal 06 Aug 2017
At least once Newsday 22 Jul 2017
Penultimate word of a fairy tale New York Times 19 Jul 2017
Opening for Quest or glades Jonesin 18 Jul 2017
"Best Song ___" (One Direction hit) USA Today 12 Jul 2017
Ending for "when," "what" or "who" Family Time 10 Jul 2017
Hardly ___ (rarely) Universal 09 Jul 2017
Eternally Thomas Joseph 03 Jul 2017
"... lived happily ___ after" Family Time 12 Jun 2017
In history Newsday 10 Jun 2017
Ending for "who" or "where" Universal 02 Jun 2017
"Will they ___ learn?" Universal 18 May 2017
Penultimate word of many fairy tales LA Times Daily 17 May 2017
Penultimate word of many fairy tales The Washington Post 17 May 2017
It's always in reverse The Telegraph Cryptic 10 Apr 2017
At least once Wall Street Journal 08 Apr 2017
Under any circumstances USA Today 28 Mar 2017
Word after "as" in a letter closing Universal 17 Mar 2017
Continually Wall Street Journal 16 Mar 2017
Always The Washington Post 08 Mar 2017
Anon's partner The Washington Post 24 Feb 2017
Hardly ___ New York Times 19 Feb 2017
'When will you ___ learn?' The Washington Post 15 Feb 2017
Hardly ___ (rarely) USA Today 15 Feb 2017
At any point in history New York Times 07 Feb 2017
Incessantly Wall Street Journal 02 Feb 2017
Happily __ after LA Times Daily 31 Jan 2017
"O no! it is an __-fixed mark ... ": Shak LA Times Daily 26 Jan 2017
As ___ (letter closing) Universal 24 Jan 2017
"... happily __ after" LA Times Daily 20 Jan 2017
Happy-after link Universal 09 Jan 2017
At all times USA Today 06 Jan 2017
Hardly ___ (rarely)
Happily-after link
Ending for "who" or "where"
"Be it ___ so humble . . ."
"Best Song ___" (One Direction hit)
"How can I ___ repay you?"
"What" or "when" suffix
"Will they ___ learn?"
At all times
"... happily __ after"
Happy-after link
Always
As ___ (letter closing)
Fairy tale's penultimate word
At any point in history
Hardly ___
Penultimate word of a fairy tale
Under any circumstances
Attachment to "lasting"
Attachment to "where" or "for"
"O no! it is an __-fixed mark ... ": Shak.
Penultimate word of many fairy tales
Happily __ after
Constantly
Always LA Times Daily 23 Dec 2016
"As ___" (letter closing) Universal 21 Dec 2016
"Be it ___ so humble..." Family Time 12 Dec 2016
"Worst episode ___" Family Time 05 Dec 2016
Penultimate word in some fairy tales The Washington Post 01 Dec 2016
Green start? Universal 01 Dec 2016
Penultimate fairy-tale word The Washington Post 23 Nov 2016
Lasting beginning? Universal 14 Nov 2016
Always Thomas Joseph 10 Nov 2016
Word after best or worst The Washington Post 05 Nov 2016
Anon's partner Universal 01 Nov 2016
"Be it___so humble ..." Universal 29 Oct 2016
Word with "when," "what" or "who" Family Time 26 Sep 2016
As ___ (letter sign-off) USA Today 06 Sep 2016
"Did you ___?" USA Today 01 Sep 2016
"Did you __?" LA Times Daily 21 Aug 2016
Penultimate word in fairy tales Universal 20 Aug 2016
Perpetually Newsday 18 Aug 2016
Eternally The Washington Post 01 Aug 2016
Lasting starter? Universal 28 Jul 2016
At any juncture New York Times 30 Jun 2016
Word before "loving" and "lasting" Universal 30 Jun 2016
Symbol of Washington State New York Times 19 Jun 2016
Present opener Newsday 11 Jun 2016
Scarry's 'Best Word Book ___' The Washington Post 10 Jun 2016
It's often before ''after'' Newsday 09 Jun 2016
At least once USA Today 31 May 2016
Ad infinitum Universal 30 May 2016
In all of history Wall Street Journal 21 May 2016
Lasting start LA Times Daily 14 May 2016
Constantly Jonesin 10 May 2016
___ since New York Times 03 May 2016
Without end USA Today 30 Mar 2016
At least once The Chronicle of Higher Education 25 Mar 2016
Partner of anon Universal 25 Mar 2016
It becomes its own synonym when 'for' is added in front New York Times 23 Mar 2016
Green beginning? Family Time 29 Feb 2016
Happily-after link USA Today 28 Feb 2016
'Would I ___!' New York Times 17 Feb 2016
". . . happily ___ after" USA Today 16 Feb 2016
For all time New York Times 15 Feb 2016
"Glades" or "green" starter Universal 06 Feb 2016
'Have I ___ told you ...?' New York Times 01 Feb 2016
Always New York Times 31 Jan 2016
'For the first time ___ ...' New York Times 25 Jan 2016
Second-to-last word in a fairy tale New York Times 18 Jan 2016
In any case LA Times Daily 16 Jan 2016
Happily ___ after Universal 04 Jan 2016
For all time
At any juncture
"Would I ___!"
"Have I ___ told you ...?"
"For the first time ___ ..."
Always
At least once
". . . happily ___ after"
Second-to-last word in a fairy tale
Lasting start
In any case
"Did you __?"
Word before "loving" and "lasting"
Penultimate word in fairy tales
At least once
"Did you ___?"
Green opening?
Lasting starter?
Lasting beginning?
Happily ___ after
Ad infinitum
"Glades" or "green" starter
"Be it___so humble ..."
"As ___" (letter closing)
Continually LA Times Daily 23 Nov 2015
Incessantly Newsday 12 Nov 2015
Always strict, dismissing outsiders The Telegraph Cryptic 11 Nov 2015
Ceaselessly Eugene Sheffer 24 Oct 2015
"... happily ___ after" Family Time 11 Oct 2015
At least once New York Times 23 Sep 2015
Where or when attachment LA Times Daily 23 Aug 2015
"BEST. DAY. ___!" USA Today 21 Jun 2015
At any time Premier Sunday 07 Jun 2015
Continually New York Times 06 Jun 2015
First female's right, always The Telegraph Cryptic 28 May 2015
Even once New York Times 21 May 2015
In any way Newsday 10 May 2015
Eternally Eugene Sheffer 06 May 2015
"As ___ . . ." (letter closing) USA Today 01 May 2015
Penultimate word in fairy tales USA Today 29 Apr 2015
'... if ___ a wiz there was' New York Times 24 Mar 2015
"The Greatest Story ___ Told" Family Time 23 Mar 2015
At all times Canadiana 16 Mar 2015
At any time The Chronicle of Higher Education 13 Mar 2015
Eternally Newsday 05 Mar 2015
"... happily ___ after." Universal 04 Mar 2015
'' . . . happily __ after'' Newsday 03 Mar 2015
Endlessly Eugene Sheffer 03 Feb 2015
Glades or green starter USA Today 26 Jan 2015
___ since (as of) Universal 21 Jan 2015
At any time
At any time
At any time
Continuously
In history
More than ___
Penultimate word in many fairy tales
Continually
Where or when attachment
" . . . happily __ after"
At any time
Ceaselessly
Eternally
Hardly __ (rarely)
In any way
Incessantly
Permanently
Perpetually
"... if ___ a wiz there was"
At least once
Continually
Even once
At any time
"... happily ___ after."
Anon's partner
___ since (as of)
"As ___ . . ." (letter closing)
"BEST. DAY. ___!"
At any time
Glades or green starter
Hardly ___ (rarely)
Penultimate word in fairy tales
Drake "Best I ___ Had"
Four Tops "Loving You Is Sweeter Than ___"
Hanoi Rocks "Don't You ___ Leave Me"
Def Leppard "Have You ___ Needed Someone So Bad"
Ceaselessly
Eternally
Green leader?
Next-to-last word in a fairy tale
"... happily __ after"
"... lived happily ___ after"
"Thanks ___ so much"
Word with "glades" or "green"
"You ___ seen a grown man naked?" (classic "Airplane!" line)
Continuously
". . . happily __ after"
Word with glades or green
"We Are Never ___ Getting Back Together" (#1 song for Taylor Swift)
Bonnie Tyler lyric "I need you more than ___"
". . . happily __ after"
". . . lived happily ___ after"
"After" lead-in
"How can I ___ thank you?"
"Loving" and "lasting" leader
"When will they ___ learn?"
Always
Anagram of "veer"
Ending with "for" or "what"
Glade or green starter
Happily-after link
Next-to-last fairy tale word
Of all time
One less than never?
Penultimate fairy-tale word
Word with green, lasting or more
"Be it ___ so humble ..."
"When will you ___ learn?"
Always
Anon's partner
At any point
Even once
In perpetuum
Loving introduction
Of all time
Penultimate fairy tale word
Eternally
Continuously
Non-stop
On any occasion
"... lived happily ___ after"
At any point
Now or in the future
Under any circumstances
"Be it ___ so humble ..."
"If I ___ ..."
Till the end of time
Lasting start?
Loving and lasting leader
At all
At all times
By any chance
Lasting leader?
Unceasingly
In perpetuum
"When will they ___ learn?"
"Thanks ___ so much!"
The Four Tops "Loving You Is Sweeter Than ___"
Rob Thomas "___ the Same"
Kelly Clarkson "All I ___ Wanted"
Depeche Mode "All I ___ needed is here in my arms"
Beatles "Don't ___ Change"
"Have You ___ Really Loved a Woman?"
"... ___ after"
-- and 111-Down
Any time at all
Continuously
Under any circumstances
Until the end of time
"... happily ___ after"
Oft-repeated modifier in a 2012 Taylor Swift hit single
Partner of anon
At all
"If ___ I Would Leave You" ("Camelot" song)
"Did you __?"
Always
At any time
"Who" or "when" conclusion
"Did you __?!"
"The Greatest Story ___ Told"
"What ___ Happened to Baby Jane?"
For all time
In all history
"Be it ___ so humble..."
"Back, and better than ___"
Never ___ (at no time)
Penultimate word in many fairy tales
Word with "lasting" or "loving"
"Oh, when will they __ learn?": Seeger lyric
On any occasion
At any point
At any time
By any chance
Anon's partner
Continuously
In any circumstance
Next-to-last word in the Lord's Prayer
___ since
Word preceding "more" and "lasting"
At any time
Penultimate fairy tale word
Always
Even once
In history
Any time at all
Continually
"Whatever and ___ Amen" Ben Folds Five
"Did You __ See a Dream Walking?"
At all times
Loving introduction?
Mindful leader?
"Did You __ See a Dream Walking?"
At all
Even once
Happily __ after
Hardly __: rarely
At all
"You're ___ So Inviting" Underoath
"Have You ___ Really Loved A Woman?" Bryan Adams
"All I ___ needed is here in my arms"
"Well, did you ___?!"
Penultimate fairy tale word
"Never have I ___" (drinking game)
Hardly __: rarely
Word before more and lasting
Penultimate fairy tale word
Word with "when," "what" or "who"
Penultimate word in a fairy tale
Penultimate fairy tale word
"Thanks ___ so much"
"Will they ___ learn?"
In your lifetime
Relentlessly
"This is the best song ___!"
"Have You ___ Really Loved A Woman"
-- -popular
Beatles: "Don't ___ Change"
Drake: "Best I ___ Had"
Mellencamp: "Now More Than ___"
Present opener?
Last word in the Lord's Prayer, before "Amen"
By any chance
Happily __ after
At any point
At least once
"Did You ___ See a Dream Walking?" (1933 song)
"Don't ___ do that again!"
Next-to-last word in many fairy tales
"... and they lived happily ___ after"
"Have You ___ Really Loved A Woman?" (Bryan Adams)
Constantly
Aye
Loving leader?
VH1's "Best Week ___"
Constantly
At any time
"Rarely, if __ ..."
At any point
"Will they ___ learn?"
Partner of anon
"Rarely, if __ ..."
Sometime
Second-to-last word of many fairy tales
Lasting starter?
"Glade" or "green" starter
Lasting introduction?
With 9-Across, fairy tale ender
At any time
Loving leader
"The Greatest Story ___ Told"
At any juncture
Incessantly
Sometime
Eternally
With 9-Across, fairy tale ender
"For the first time ___ ..."
At all
Perpetually
Continuously
Word often following "hardly"
Perpetually
___ since (as of)
With 117-Down, from that day on
"When will they ___ learn?"
Green lead-in
Next-to-last fairy tale word
Unceasingly
Suffix for "when" and "what"
Perpetually
Sometime
Penultimate fairy tale word
Loving leader?
Incessantly
Anytime
"Did you ___?"
"Did I ___!"
At all
In any way
"Did you __?"
For all time
"As __" (letter closing)
Who can come before it
Word in a Grimm ending?
At any point
Fairy tale's penultimate word
"Did you ___?"
Fairy tale's penultimate word
"Did you __?!"
At any point
For all time
On any occasion
"... happily ___ after"
"How can I ___ repay you?"
Constantly
Of all time
Partner of anon
Penultimate fairy tale word
Always
"Did you __?"
Of all time
Happily-after link
Word before after
-- and anon
"... happily ___ after"
"Never, ___!"
"___ After" (Drew Barrymore film)
At all times
Happily ___ after
Perpetually
"Did you ___?!"
"The Greatest Story ___ Told"
Even once
It can come before after
Loving and lasting leader
Who can come before it
Happily-after link
Word before after
___ and anon
Word before after?
Not just for now
It precedes "more" and "lasting"
Incessantly
"More" and "lasting" attachment
As __ (letter closing)
In any way
For all time
Even once
Constantly
Anon's partner
In your lifetime
Unceasingly
Continuously
Unending
At some time
"For," "how" or "what" ending
___ and anon
With 22- and 59-Down, from time to time
Penultimate word of many fairy tales
It may come before after?
Grimm word
For, how or what ending
Continually
At any time
Anon's partner
For all time
In perpetuity
__ and anon
Eternally
Partner of 18-Across
On any occasion
Lasting introduction?
"... ___ after"
At any point
It precedes more and lasting
For, how or what ending
Penultimate word in fairy tales
Constantly
From here to eternity
Eternally
"Be it ___ so humble …"
At all times
Eternally
It may come before "after"
Lasting introduction
Of all time
Who or when conclusion
Incessantly
Rarely, if __
Even once
Even once
At any time
At all times
Always
Perpetually
"What ___ Happened to Baby Jane?"
Unendingly
In history
Fairy-tale penultimate word
Ad infinitum
In any circumstance
"Be it __ so humble ..."
"Did you __?"
"Was I ___!"
Constantly
In any way
"Did You ___ See a Dream Walking?" (song)
"The Greatest Game ___ Played" (2005 film)
In any circumstance
Incessantly
Unendingly
Unceasingly
It can come before after
In any way
"… happily ___ after"
Of all time
"Did you __?!"
Common penultimate fairy tale word
For or what ending
Follows when or what
Ad infinitum
Anon partner
At all times
At all
All the time
Anon partner
At all
At all times
With 43-Down, fairy-tale ending
"Did you __?"
Eternally
Lasting introduction?
"The Greatest Story ___ Told"
"Be it ___ so humble ..."
Lasting introduction
Tyler novel, "If Morning ___ Comes"
___ and 27-Down (for all time)
"If __ a Wiz...": song lyric
More than __
"Did you __?!"
Partner of anon
Word with more and lasting
One less from never?
By any chance
"... and they lived happily ___ after"
Constantly
Word with when or what
"If __ a Wiz...": song lyric
In any way
Constantly
From now on
Lasting start
More than __
Always
Eternally
It's before after
It's often before after
Lasting leader?
Who or when conclusion
"How can I ___ thank you?"
It follows who, what, or how
Word following what and when
Word following who, what, when or how
Word with who, what, or how
Now or in the past
Exceedingly, with "so"
In any way
In perpetuity
In any case
Constantly
Tyler novel, "If Morning ___ Comes"
Around-the-clock
___ so (exceedingly)
Second-to-last word in a fairy tale
It might come before after
Always
"___ After" (1998 Drew Barrymore film)
"Thanks ___ so much"
Partner of anon
Penultimate fairy tale word
___ and anon
Happily ___ after
"Boy, do I ___!"
Continuously
Word with when or where
Where ender
Till the end of time
Penultimate fairy-tale word
Lasting start
It precedes more and lasting
For follower
Barrymore's "_____ After"
Never ___ (at no time)
It follows who, what, and how
Incessantly
Less than never?
Lasting word?
Unceasingly
Continually
Follows what, when, and who
___ and anon
Happily ___ after
At any point
Word before after
"Did you ___?!"
Penultimate storybook word
Of all time
24/7
Till the end of time
"If ___ I should leave . . ."
"If ___ I would . . ."
Anon's partner
At all times
Follows who and what
Happily _____ after
Word with lasting or loving
Partner of 16-Across
At least once
In any case
Word with lasting or loving
Penultimate storybook word
"Did you ___?!"
It often comes before after
Lasting leader
"As ___" (letter closing)
Ending with "for" or "what"
Who can come before it
Nonstop
Unending
Year in and year out
At all
Word preceding more and lasting
Without end
Tyler novel, "If Morning _____ Comes"
Relentlessly
Perpetually
Partner of anon
Hardly ___: very rarely
Always
Last word of the 23rd Psalm
Interminably
All-time
At all times
Till doomsday
After lead-in
Just once
Eternally
Veer in another way?
"Thanks ___ so much!"
Next-to-last fairy tale word
Invariably
Word with when, what or who
At least once
Anon's partner
"If ___ I Would Leave You"
At all
"Well, did you ___?"
Anon's partner
Not just for now
Penultimate word in a fairy tale
Word prefixed by who, what or when
Continuously
Perpetually
Starter for glades and green
Lasting beginning?
Glade or green starter
Fairy tale's penultimate word
Even a single time
Continually
"In perpetuum"
Loving and lasting leader
Where ender
By any chance
If ____ I Would Leave You
Word with green or lasting
In any way
Lasting attachment
"If Morning _____ Comes" (Tyler novel)
From here to eternity
_____ so (plenty)
Glade or green start
Unceasingly
Relentlessly
As ____: letter closing
Well did you ____?
"Did You ___ Have to Make Up Your Mind?"
Green beginner?
Green beginning?
At some time
Fairy tale penultimate
Precedes more and lasting
Where or when end
Unstintingly
In any way
Lasting starter
Of all time
". . . lived happily __ after"
"Did you ___ see a lassie..."
Unceasingly
Perpetually
Just once
"If ___ I should leave..."
Last word of the 23rd Psalm
Lasting starter?
Constant
Unending
Anytime
For good
Relentlessly
Penultimate fairy-tale word
"If you ___...!" (threat)
Eternal
"Be it __ so humble
"Did I___!"
"Did you___!"
Invariably
Green or glade beginning
Green beginning
"Be it___so humble..."
Eternal
Did you ___!
Lasting start
Interminably
____ and anon
For or what follower
Ad infinitum
"Do I ____!"
Hardly _____ (rarely)
Lasting introduction
"Did you ___ !”
Ending for what or when
" . . . for ___ in joy!": Browning
For keeps
Any time at all
In any instance
"I loved you ___": Hamlet
On and on
"Second thoughts are ___ wiser": Euripides
Without cease
Invariably
"Be it ___ so . . . "
Glades beginner
Green preceder
Til the end of time
Word with more or after
At all
Happily ___ after
Word with green or lasting
Anon's companion
" . . . happily ___ after"
"Did You ___ See a Dream Walking?"
Companion of anon
Word with glade or green
Word with green or glade
"Yours as ___"
"___ thine"
At all times
For all times
Ending for when or where
Frequent follower of for
Word with lasting or loving
As ___ (letter sign-off)
Word with lasting or blooming
"And so live ___ . . . ": Keats
Year after year after year
"Don't ___ Leave Me," 1929 song
As ___, letter sign-off
Glades or bearing
"Did you ___!"
For ___ and a day
Repeatedly
Green or glades
Word before green or glades
___-normal granary
"Be it ___ so humble . . . "
Word before green or more
"Thanks ___ so much"
Green and lasting
Glades or more
Word with more or green
Loving or green
Word with glades or green
Kind of green
Kind of glades or green
Any time
Word with green or more
Kind of glades
Kind of glade or green
Word with green of glades
"Did you ___ see . . . "
"'Twas ___ thus"
Did you ___!
" . . . well, hardly ___."
"___ on my mind."
Continuously.
Constant
Continually.
Even once.
Always.
In any case.
Without end.
Eternally.
Constantly.
Endlessly.
At any time.
At all.
By any chance.
___ and anon.
Repeatedly.
Word with how or what
"Well, hardly ___."
Unending.
In any way.
Incessantly.
Opposite of 34 Down.
Invariably.
In any degree.
Word used with who or for.
Ad infinitum.
At all times.
___ so (very).
Companion of 62 Across.
Aye.
From here to eternity.
Sempiternally.
Acre.
___ so (extremely).
Semper.
Into eternity.
"Well, hardly ___."—Pinafore.
Always
"What, never? Hardly ___."
For keeps
Till the cows come home
Without an end in sight
___ present
"You ___ dance with the devil in the pale moonlight?"
"Don't ___ change"
"Have You ___ Seen the Rain?"
"___ feel like you've been had?"
Always
Continuously
Unendingly
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