Thesaurus / tomorrow
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Coaches needed to expect to play during the weekend, but create a plan that gets you from today to tomorrow, then do it all over again the next day with hopes of getting to Saturday.

That easy-to-use interface coupled with its powerful six blade assembly makes it a good choice for entertaining, since it can churn out crushed ice like there’s no tomorrow.

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The thousands who are responding to that call are the priests of today and the prophets of tomorrow.

Well, I suppose I'll have to take what is coming to me tomorrow.

Turns about TownRobert Cortes Holliday

You will see what you can do, and you will report yourself to me at Abrantes not later than tomorrow night.'

I'm leaving town tomorrow, or I should not have intruded at such an unearthly hour.

DopeSax Rohmer

Tomorrow night we go to Rubio and you take the west-bound plane for Hollywood.

Janet Hardy in HollywoodRuthe S. Wheeler

He would see her happy again, and near her, under her glance, perhaps he would forget tomorrow.

Here again the gauntlet is thrown at the door of the church and the challenge is to her manhood from the manhood of tomorrow.

I am only seventeen—but no matter—I might go on talking till tomorrow, and you would not be any the wiser.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.