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At some time in the future.‘some day I'll live in the countryside’
one day, one of these days, at some point in the future, at some time in the future, at a future date, at a future time, one of these fine days, sooner or later, by and by, in due course, in the fullness of time, in the long runView synonyms
- ‘I thought at first the sea might someday gnaw through the narrow midsection of the island.’
- ‘It gives us the space we need to practice things we would like to be good at someday.’
- ‘My greatest fear is that she will die someday when there is no one home with her.’
- ‘Keep that in mind if you feel the urge to change the tone of your writing someday.’
- ‘She only relented a few months later when my parents promised that I would someday go to college.’
- ‘She told him that she prayed every night that someday Billy would come out and talk to her.’
- ‘I want to go home someday to see my relatives without feeling any fear of being suspected as a rebel as is the case now.’
- ‘I need a lot more money to support my family, especially if someday I have a baby.’
- ‘She remembered telling her father that someday she would live in a cabin in the woods.’
- ‘There is good reason to believe that if the ban succeeds over here, it will someday reach your town.’
- ‘They learn to take orders so that someday, a few years later, they know how to give them.’
- ‘These are questions the church is someday going to have to ask itself and it they aren't easy answers.’
- ‘I grew up wishing that someday, somewhere, a door would open and my father would come in.’
- ‘Okay, she will start to learn English at school someday but can I wait that long?’
- ‘I've already composed my reply in case I receive one of these letters someday.’
- ‘Perhaps a history of Bombay will be written someday which includes original research.’
- ‘He says he plans to start a family someday, but it's not clear how he could swing it.’
- ‘I live in hope that someday, someone out there wants the same things that you do.’
- ‘Each passing moment never returns; every person you meet will someday die.’
- ‘If feelings and demand for peace are strong enough, it could someday be a reality for our peoples.’
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