sine die

[ sahy-nee dahy-ee, sin-ey-dee-ey; Latin si-ne dee-e ]SEE DEFINITION OF sine die

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It was to them a sudden and frightful adjournment, sine die.

"I move a postponement of the subject, sine die;" said Charley.

On the 9th I received another communication, postponing it sine die.

He had been told to come and wait, and he proceeded to wait, sine die.

Dey coss me mo'n that; heap mo', but I'm faih to lose um all now, en I'm driffin' 'em off, sine die.

If we are rich, we can lay down our carriages, stay away from Newport or Saratoga, and adjourn the trip to Europe sine die.

I hereby nominate myself treasurer ad valorem, sine die, and by acclamation.

These assignations, sine die, are such shadowy things that I can neither grasp nor get any comfort from them.

As my questions were not answered, I moved an adjournment of the Caucus /sine die/.

The Speaker then adjourned the House sine die, at about eleven o'clock.

WORD ORIGIN

"indefinitely," Latin, literally "without (fixed) day," from sine "without" (see sans) + ablative singular of dies "day" (see diurnal).

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