Pronunciation: (ev'ur),[key] —adv. 1. at all times; always: an ever-present danger; He is ever ready to find fault. 2. continuously: ever since then. 3. at any time: Have you ever seen anything like it? 4. in any possible case; by any chance; at all (often used to intensify or emphasize a phrase or an emotional reaction as surprise or impatience): How did you ever manage to do it? If the band ever plays again, we will dance. 5. ever and again, now and then; from time to time. Also,Literary,ever and anon. 6. ever so, to a great extent or degree; exceedingly: They were ever so kind to me.
—adj. South Midland and Southern U.S.every: She rises early ever morning.