from that day forth/forward

idiom

somewhat formal
: from then on
From that day forth/forward, I was determined to do better.

Examples of from that day forth/forward in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Barring any litigation, court rulings or legislation that block the order from going into effect, here is how the governor's medical marijuana order will work in Kentucky from that day forward. Joe Sonka, The Courier-Journal, 19 Dec. 2022 Then, the friendly Native Americans taught the new arrivals how to grow crops to sustain their burgeoning society from that day forward. Lizz Schumer, Good Housekeeping, 19 Sep. 2022 For Toni Jacobs, life from that day forward would become a sort of Groundhog Day. Dateline Nbc, NBC News, 3 Aug. 2022 On Monday, Nathan asked jurors to deliberate until 6 p.m. from that day forward. James Hill, ABC News, 28 Dec. 2021 Everyone starts with a random combination of their parents’ genes that are fixed at conception and remain unchanged from that day forward. Philipp Koellinger, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 21 July 2021 According to Cleveland, the careers of many American models, and Black American models in particular, were set on an upward trajectory from that day forward. Meg Donohue, Town & Country, 16 May 2021 Needless to say, from that day forward me and Aaron never went spearfishing again. Dalton Ross, EW.com, 2 Mar. 2021 The Beatles have been my favorite band from that day forward. George Varga, San Diego Union-Tribune, 27 Sep. 2020

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