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
Combined with technologies to combat apparent latency, games running on a far-off server farm could someday be indistinguishable from one running in the same room.
But the researchers suggest that in a larger host animal, the technique might someday generate transplantable human tissue.
But someday, probably decades hence, perhaps some other politician of either party might risk a campaign based on the idea that Americans are more united than divided.
The technology could someday turn on lights when a person enters a room, track a player’s motion in an interactive video game or monitor a child’s television use.
Kenai Peninsula soil and water conservation agent Steve Albers wants to put in 5 acres of hemp, maybe to someday make building materials.
With the hope that someday cures may be found for both pancreatic cancer and rheumatoid arthritis, memorial donations may be made to either The Ron Foley Foundation (www.ronsrun.org) or The Arthritis Foundation (www.arthritis.org).
In death, these birds may someday help their wild kin.
Kaitlyn Bristowe will make a beautiful bride… someday.
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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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