Examples of morrow in a Sentence
“Good-night, good-night! parting is such sweet sorrow / That I shall say good-night till it be morrow.” Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet
“Many good morrows to my noble lord!” Shakespeare, Richard III
Recent Examples of morrow from the Web
On the morrow: a trip to a once-sleepy fishing village on the outskirts of Havana, transformed by the presence of the artist Jose Fuster, the Gaudi of Cuba.
Dinner that night at Europeo di Mattozzi, and on the morrow to lunch with friends on Capri at the little restaurant Le Grotelle, marveling at the wondrous views from its dizzying heights.
But Beaver Dam police - who could not be immediately reached by The Post - told CBS 58 that the literature did not necessarily mean morrow was a white supremacist.
Good morrow, yogis! Felicitations on this blessed day upon which our heavenly Father hath chosen to spare our humble bodies from pestilence.
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MORROW Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of morrow for English Language Learners
the morrow : the next day
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