What is another word for nevermore?

Pronunciation: [nˌɛvəmˈɔː] (IPA)

Nevermore is a word that is commonly used to indicate that something will never happen again. However, there are many other words that can be used as synonyms for nevermore. Some of these include words like "never again," "nevertheless," "no more," and "not anymore." These words can be used interchangeably with nevermore to convey the same meaning. Other words that can be used as synonyms for nevermore might include "not once more," "not another time," and "not in the future." Ultimately, the choice of word will depend on the context of the sentence and the intended tone and emphasis.

Synonyms for Nevermore:

What are the hypernyms for Nevermore?

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

What are the opposite words for nevermore?

Nevermore is a word used to indicate something that will not happen again in the future. The antonyms of nevermore include words like always, constantly, continually, and perpetually. These words indicate something that happens repeatedly or without interruption. Other potential antonyms for nevermore include words like regularly, routinely, and habitually. These words indicate that something occurs on a regular basis, rather than never again. Conversely, words like rarely, seldom, and occasionally act as antonyms for nevermore by indicating that something happens infrequently, but still has the potential to occur again in the future.

Usage examples for Nevermore

Go tell the king and all his subjects that they need fear me nevermore.
"The Green Forest Fairy Book"
Loretta Ellen Brady
In closing this strange tale, I too must say that Brown Bear kept his word and nevermore molested travelers journeying through the forest.
"The Green Forest Fairy Book"
Loretta Ellen Brady
And he would nevermore wish it gentle.
"The Way of Ambition"
Robert Hichens

Famous quotes with Nevermore

  • Tell him I lingered alone on the shore, Where we parted, in sorrow, to meet nevermore; The night-wind blew cold on my desolate heart But colder those wild words of doom,—“Ye must part.”
    Sarah Helen Whitman
  • May the merciful gods, if indeed there be such, guard those hours when no power of the will, or drug that the cunning of man devises, can keep me from the chasm of sleep. Death is merciful, for there is no return therefrom, but with him who has come back out of the nethermost chambers of night, haggard and knowing, peace rests nevermore.
    H. P. Lovecraft

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