morrow

noun mor·row \ ˈmär-(ˌ)ō , ˈmȯr- \
Updated on: 21 Apr 2018

Definition of morrow

1 archaic : morning
2 : the next day
3 : the time immediately after a specified event

Examples of morrow in a Sentence

  1. “Good-night, good-night! parting is such sweet sorrow / That I shall say good-night till it be morrow.” Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet

  2. “Many good morrows to my noble lord!” Shakespeare, Richard III

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Origin and Etymology of morrow

Middle English morn, morwen morn


MORROW Defined for English Language Learners

morrow

Definition of morrow for English Language Learners

  • the morrow : the next day


MORROW Defined for Kids

morrow

noun mor·row \ ˈmär-ō \

Definition of morrow for Students

: the next day


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