Definition of as if there was (or as though there were) no tomorrow in English:

as if there was (or as though there were) no tomorrow

phrase

  • With no regard for the future consequences.

    ‘I ate as if there was no tomorrow’
    • ‘I counted only 12 dancers and each and every one of them danced as if there was no tomorrow.’
    • ‘The mean tabby cat was lying sprawled on my bed, sleeping as if there was no tomorrow.’
    • ‘In good times, captains of industry accumulate enormous debts and buy planes as if there was no tomorrow.’
    • ‘After the burial, the wife went straight to the local bar and began to party as if there was no tomorrow.’
    • ‘The banks are still lending as if there was no tomorrow.’
    • ‘He gnawed and bit and scratched as if there was no tomorrow!’
    • ‘Before I could say anything, he was kissing me as if there was no tomorrow.’
    • ‘She and Dan would swim and swim as if there was no tomorrow.’
    • ‘Yet it kept producing and selling gold at break-neck speed as if there was no tomorrow.’
    • ‘As a young man, I discovered a passion for science and threw myself into research as if there was no tomorrow.’