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 book is messy as hell: full of insipid platitudes, trite homilies, and self-regarding detours delivered with the assurance of a man who fully expects to see his childhood finger paintings in a museum someday.
Image: Virgin Galactic Today, US space tourism venture Virgin Galactic announced a new partnership with two of Italy’s biggest aerospace companies to someday launch people into space from the European country.
Scientists are studying how the salamanders regrow legs and how humans might someday do the same.
The Greater Cleveland Sports Commission believes this summer's event could someday help the city land bigger, national events, commission President and CEO David Gilbert said.
That someday took a while, but Empire boasts both the hole between the second and third floors and a glass retractable roof.
She’s hoping to have the same kind of talent someday with a scalpel.
His grin is wide in a way mine never was but maybe, someday, could be.
Could there be a Kardashian running for the White House 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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