any day now


: within the next few days : in the near future : soon
We're expecting a phone call from him any day now.
Any day now, the decision could be made.

Examples of any day now in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web A couple in Gainesville is expecting triplets any day now. Alex Harris, Miami Herald, 29 Mar. 2024 The black morel fruits first, any day now, when the ground temperature reaches 50 degrees, according to lore. Daryln Brewer Hoffstot Kristian Thacker, New York Times, 23 Mar. 2024 The eagles, Jackie and Shadow, are taking turns sitting on three eggs that could hatch any day now. Francine Kiefer, The Christian Science Monitor, 6 Mar. 2024 Bulleit is the latest big U.S. whiskey brand to release an American single malt, a category that is due to get its own legal definition any day now. Jonah Flicker, Robb Report, 18 Feb. 2024 The Higher Standards Glow Blush Stick might have just dropped, but mark my words: This will go viral any day now. Danielle Sinay, Glamour, 22 Feb. 2024 Up front, Lalonde said Friday that Klim Kostin is expected to be available any day now. Helene St. James, Detroit Free Press, 14 Jan. 2024 The appeals court ruling, expected any day now, is certain to be appealed to the Supreme Court as well. Wire Service, The Mercury News, 5 Feb. 2024 The new spot, which is set to open any day now, is from Greg Awada and Kristi Brunnerof Zamboni’s and Tim Mahoney, owner of The Loon Cafes in St. Paul and Minneapolis. Jess Fleming, Twin Cities, 4 Jan. 2024

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“Any day now.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 25 Jun. 2024.

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