What is another word for ever since?

Pronunciation: [ˈɛvə sˈɪns] (IPA)

Ever since is a phrase that is frequently used to indicate a continuous action or state of being that occurred in the past and continues up to the present. However, there are many other synonyms for this phrase that can help to vary your writing and better express your ideas. Some potential options include "since then," "from that point forward," "since that time," "since that moment," "in the intervening period," "over the past few years," and "throughout the duration of." Whether you are trying to convey a sense of history, continuity, or ongoing action, these synonyms can help you to strengthen your writing and convey your intended message.

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What are the hypernyms for Ever since?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Famous quotes with Ever since

  • My parents have been there for me, ever since I was about 7.
    David Beckham
  • I turned my hair dark and have received much better parts ever since.
    Joan Bennett
  • Man was created a little lower than the angels and has bin getting a little lower ever since.
    Josh Billings
  • The outcome, the fourth in an issue of five boys born into a staunch Baptist home, meant that from the beginning I was taught to be respectful of others no less than myself, influencing ever since both my political and administrative attitudes.
    James W. Black
  • When I was in England doing Romeo and Juliet as a child star, I was interviewed by the British press, who are even more vicious and cruel than the Americans. So I have been extremely guarded ever since.
    Claire Bloom

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