tomorrow

  1. the day after today
  2. the near future

tomorrow

[adv] - the next day, the day after, following the present day 2. [n] - the near future 3. [n] - the day after today
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Tomorrow

• (adv.) On the day after the present day; on the next day; on the morrow. • (n.) The day after the present; the morrow.
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tomorrow

adverb the next day, the day after, following the present day
Found on https://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20974

Tomorrow

[Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin song] ...
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Tomorrow

[James song] St. Lawrence Cathedral ...
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Tomorrow

[magazine] Tomorrow has been the name of several magazines. ==To-Morrow, rational magazine (Chicago, 1903–1909)== To-Morrow magazine was founded 1903 as the Bulletin of the Morris Society, Chicago and changed its name to To-Morrow - A Monthly Handbook of the Changing Order in 1905. Two months after the name change the editor became Parker...
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Tomorrow

[silverchair song] Screenshot of Johan Tsang, Chan, and Kelly Wong from Black Blood Brothers; captured by VLC Media Player. ...
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Tomorrow

[song from Annie] `Tomorrow` is a song from the musical Annie, with music by Charles Strouse and lyrics by Martin Charnin, published in 1977. The number was originally written as `The Way We Live Now` for the 1970 short film Replay, with both music and lyrics by Strouse. ==Production history in the musical== It had appeared in prominence in...
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Tomorrow

[SR-71 song] `Tomorrow` is a single from the second album, also titled Tomorrow, by the American rock band SR-71. The song was a change from the pop punk focus of their first album, Now You See Inside, as part of `a conscious effort to write a lot of positive songs`, according to SR–71 singer Mitch Allan. The song peaked at 18 at the Bill...
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Tomorrow

[Strawberry Alarm Clock song] `Tomorrow` is a song recorded and released by Strawberry Alarm Clock in 1967. It is on their second album, which was released later in 1968, but the flip side to this single, `Birds In My Tree`, was still released on their first album. ...
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Tomorrow

[Strawberry Alarm Clock Song] ...
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Tomorrow

[Voulez-vous un rendez-vous] ==Song information== The track saw CCCP Fedeli alla linea teaming up with French singer Amanda Lear and actually was a re-working of her 1977 disco hit `Tomorrow`. It was released as a single-only song, not promoting any album, though the single B-side, `Inch`Allah - ça va`, was released on CCCP`s 1987 album So...
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Tomorrow

To·mor'row adverb [ Prep. to + morrow .] On the day after the present day; on the next day; on the morrow. « Summon him to-morrow to the Tower.» Shak.
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Tomorrow

To·mor'row noun The day after the present; the morrow. ' To-morrow is our wedding day.' Cowper. « One today is worth two to-morrows Franklin.
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Tomorrow

Midnight to midnight.
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tomorrow

Old, peasant field measure (also yoke, Juchart or day work) according to the size of a field surface, which one plowing in the morning (morning) with a einscharigen horse or ox team or which could be mowed by a single man by means of scythe. In some areas, however, the area was also designated, which could handle a man with a team from morning to e...
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Tomorrow

Tomorrow is London Cockney rhyming slang for borrow.
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tomorrow

tomorrow One of today's greatest labor-saving devices. Dictionary sources of information: Dictionaries and Lexicons, Part One; Dictionaries and Lexicons, Part Two.
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