Definition of odd-come-shortly in US English:

odd-come-shortly

noun

rare
  • Used to denote an unspecified time in the near future. Usually in "one of these odd-come-shortlies" (also "some odd-come-shortly"): one of these days; some day shortly.

Origin

Mid 18th century; earliest use found in Jonathan Swift (1667–1745), writer and dean of St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin. From odd + come + shortly, probably to be understood as some odd day to come shortly.

Pronunciation

odd-come-shortly

/ˌɒdkʌmˈʃɔːtli/