yours ever

yours ever

An old-fashioned phrase used as an affectionate close to a letter. I hope that we can see each other again soon. Yours ever, Jane
See also: ever

yours ˈever/ever ˈyours

sometimes used at the end of an informal letter, before you write your name
See also: ever
References in classic literature ?
Yours ever and only; yours with the stainless passion that burns on the altar of the heart; yours, yours, yours--E.
I remain yours ever, Will SS Quiloa, Liverpool: February 1929 Dear Madge, Can you picture me sitting in a cold and dreary cabin, with a heater you can't get any heat from and one or two pictures hanging on the wall, and an empty frame gazing before me?
The honours went to Cheveley Park Stud's Yours Ever, the mount of Chris Catlin and trained by Sir Mark Prescott, who won the corresponding 2m handicap last year with All My Heart.
If Yours Ever runs more wide than deep, that is at least partly a function of its subject.
Yours Ever, The Chief Constable, Lothian and Borders Police.
I hope you will not think all this is gratuitous, but will accept it as a small acknowledgement of great pleasure given to yours ever sincerely,
ToughBlueskyastar Following her game defeat of the Sir Mark Prescott-trained Yours Ever in the 1m5f handicap, the tremendously tough and versatile Lady Bluesky has now won ten times from 31 runs for trainer Alistair Whillans in bumpers, hurdles and on the Flat.
Renowned novelist and literary historian Thomas Mallon intended Yours Ever to be a companion piece to his previous study of personal diaries, A Book of One's Own (1984).
Yours ever, Lesley Douglas DEAR LESLEY Thank you for your letter.
I BRIEFLY mentioned these type of slimming aids before Christmas and my postbag has been full of inquiries like yours ever since.
She said, You mean none of those friends of yours ever said you've got a sexy ass?
Yours ever, Wayne David MP, Caerphilly; Ian Lucas MP, Wrexham; Mark Tami MP, Alyn & Deeside; David Wright MP, Telford.
Yours ever R Scott Excuse writing, it is -40 and has been for nigh a month.
Sir Mark Prescott's unexposed Yours Ever and penalised course-anddistance winner Venegazzu are sure to prove popular, but it may be Bohemian Rhapsody who emerges as the biggest threat.