Idiom:  one day (some day)


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.

Some 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 we 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.


  • sooner or later

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