Definition of ever-present in English:

ever-present

adjective

  • Existing or occurring at all times; always there.

    ‘his face is always half-obscured by his ever-present baseball cap’
    ‘it is a city where the threat of violent death is ever-present’
    • ‘Contamination of organic or conventional crops is an ever-present risk.’
    • ‘The safety of children is an ever-present worry.’
    • ‘Religion and superstition are ever-present in Gothic thrillers.’
    • ‘Her ever-present smile appears to have been glued on.’
    • ‘There exists the ever-present danger of slipping too far to one side or the other.’
    • ‘Though the threat of violence is ever-present, he steadfastly refuses to portray the kids as victims.’
    • ‘One of the ever-present emotions during the film is one of loss.’
    • ‘The mountain is ever-present on the horizon, looking over the plains below.’
    • ‘Spam is an ever-present menace.’
    • ‘The adolescent urge to defy authority is ever-present.’

noun

  • A person who is always present over a particular period of time, especially in a sports team.

    ‘Fletcher was an ever-present in the side last season’
    • ‘He has been an ever-present for them in the league this season.’
    • ‘Ellis has been an ever-present in the fleet for the last 20 years.’
    • ‘He qualified for the Tour in 1988 and has been an ever-present since then.’
    • ‘Ernie was an ever-present in that season when they eventually lost in the semi-final replay.’
    • ‘He was a passionate supporter and was an ever-present at club games for many years.’
    • ‘The officer has been an ever-present at the maritime warfare training centre.’
    • ‘He came through steadily last year and this season he's performed very well and been almost an ever-present.’
    • ‘The 19-year-old has been an ever-present in the league side since his arrival.’
    • ‘The 29-year-old player has been an ever-present in all competitive first team matches.’
    • ‘The 33-year-old golfer has become an ever-present in the amateur Great Britain and Ireland team.’