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sine die

sine die

adverb si·ne die \ˌsī-ni-ˈdī(-ˌē), ˌsi-nā-ˈdē-ˌā\

Definition of SINE DIE

:  without any future date being designated (as for resumption) :  indefinitely <the meeting adjourned sine die>

Origin of SINE DIE

Latin, without day
First Known Use: 1607

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