adverb [ADV such/so] → ever You use ever in the expressions ever such and ever so to emphasize that someone or something has a particular quality, especially when you are expressing enthusiasm or gratitude. [British, informal, emphasis] ⇒ When I met Derek he was ever such a good dancer. ⇒ This is in ever such good condition. ⇒ I like him ever so much. ⇒ I'm ever so grateful. ⇒ I saw him pause ever so slightly.
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