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at any time

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at all times

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(intensifier for adjectives) very

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But you mustn't ever tell anybody -- WILL you, Tom?
And always after this, you know, you ain't ever to love anybody but me, and you ain't ever to marry anybody but me, ever never and forever.
He has loved her, my Elinor, ever since the first moment of seeing her.
To Ada and her pretty boy, he is the fondest father; to me he is what he has ever been, and what name can I give to that?
But, happy Sissy's happy children loving her; all children loving her; she, grown learned in childish lore; thinking no innocent and pretty fancy ever to be despised; trying hard to know her humbler fellow-creatures, and to beautify their lives of machinery and reality with those imaginative graces and delights, without which the heart of infancy will wither up, the sturdiest physical manhood will be morally stark death, and the plainest national prosperity figures can show, will be the Writing on the Wall, - she holding this course as part of no fantastic vow, or bond, or brotherhood, or sisterhood, or pledge, or covenant, or fancy dress, or fancy fair; but simply as a duty to be done, - did Louisa see these things of herself?
Ever livest thou there, and art like thyself, thou most patient one
Jes as good stock as de Driscolls en de Howards, de bes' day dey ever seed.
Be under no apprehension, Miss Manette, of my ever resuming this conversation by so much as a passing word.
Again, envy is ever joined with the comparing of a man's self; and where there is no comparison, no envy; and therefore kings are not envied, but by kings.
Then the ringmaster he see how he had been fooled, and he WAS the sickest ringmaster you ever see, I reckon.
If ever she should come a wandering back, I wouldn't have the old place seem to cast her off, you understand, but seem to tempt her to draw nigher to 't, and to peep in, maybe, like a ghost, out of the wind and rain, through the old winder, at the old seat by the fire.
The minute Tom shut off he changed the subject and went to begging Uncle Silas to keep mum, and the rest of us done the same, and said he MUST, and said it wasn't his business to tell on himself, and if he kept mum nobody would ever know; but if it was found out and any harm come to him it would break the family's hearts and kill them, and yet never do anybody any good.
Your kind offices will set all right: he is the only man I ever did or could love, and I trust you will convince him of it.
It is the beginning of the first piece of poetry I ever learned; for
Was there ever,' said Dennis, looking round the room, when the echo of his boisterous voice bad died away; 'was there ever such a game boy