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.
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In other words, the best hope for the fish – and the anglers who hope to catch them someday – is that this dry December doesn’t translate into another prolonged drought.
Maybe someday, Fort Worth/Tarrant will get its own Alamo.
Adam Vinatieri, who will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame someday, missed an extra point late in the third quarter that provided an emotional dagger to the Colts, and an emotional boon to the Titans.
Along with finding a support system, Merten also learned about all the upcoming scientific advances in treating diabetes: an artificial pancreas, smart insulin and, maybe someday, a vaccine.
And those of us who are really concerned about crime just must--somehow, someday--make our voices felt.
Boddy said the maximum, someday, will most likely be 107 to 110 m.p.h.
Mayor de Blasio, in theory, might someday enter the White House (without joining a group tour).
These may someday serve as targets for new therapies or drugs to cure the disease.
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First Known Use of someday
Synonymseventually, finally, yet, sometime, sooner or later, ultimately
Related Wordsanon, before long, by and by, directly, imminently, momentarily, presently, shortly, soon; forthwith, immediately, promptly, pronto, right away, right now, right off, straightaway, straightway
Near Antonymsne'er, never, nevermore
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