Examples of someday in a Sentence
Someday we'll buy a house.
She hopes to publish her novel someday.
Let's have lunch someday next week.
Recent Examples of someday from the Web
The challenge also continues the agency's legacy of providing valuable experience to students who someday may be responsible for planning future space missions, including crewed missions to other worlds.
Scott envisioned opening a bike shop there someday.
Newton still hopes to be a police detective someday and plans to return to school in the near future.
LeBron James is also an actor, businessman, media mogul — and maybe, someday, politician?
Appropriately, the first installment covers Facebook’s penchant for data mining, and whether projects based on blockchain technology could someday pose an alternative for consumers.
The district also approved spending money for a 157 acre piece of land that will someday be another combined high school-junior high campus.
The coating isn’t ready for industry use yet, but researchers hope it can someday be applied to a range of products, from cosmetics, to paint, to food.
With the right policies, honestly executed, rolling stock, rather than livestock, could someday glide along the tracks of the Transnordestina railway.
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First Known Use of someday
at last (or at long last), at length, in the end, in the fullness of time, in time;
SOMEDAY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of someday for English Language Learners
: at some time in the future
SOMEDAY Defined for Kids
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