Idiom:  one day (some day)

Definition

Idiom:  one day (some day)

  • an unspecified time in the future

Example sentences

  • One day you’ll make enough money to buy your own home and move out of here.
  • If you continue to practice, you'll be a great musician some day.
  • One day, probably when you're in your 50s, you'll regret not eating better and exercising.
  • My son always said he'd buy us a house one day but I still can't believe he did it.
  • I asked my daughter what she wanted to be when she grew up and I was shocked when she said she hoped to become a reality TV star one day.
  • I dream that some day people will stop judging other people by the color of their skin.
  • I'd hoped one day my husband would be more strict with children but he always let them do whatever they want and now they are irresponsible young adults.
  • If you had told me when I was a child that one day people would have cell phones I wouldn't have believed you.
  • One day you'll regret not treating your parents better.
  • Some day you'll thank me for exposing you to so many different types of food.


Synonyms

  • sooner or later


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