- the next day.
- Archaic. the morning.
Origin of morrow
- Hon·o·ré Will·sie [on-uh-rey wil-see, on-uh-rey] /ˈɒn əˌreɪ ˈwɪl si, ˌɒn əˈreɪ/, 1880–1940, U.S. novelist.
Examples from the Web for morrow
Eventually Morrow was released with no money, vehicle, or phone.Are Police Stealing People’s Property?
Joan Blades, Matt Kibbe
January 2, 2015
“James [Edwards] always seemed frustrated,” Morrow recalled.Inside the ‘Boredom’ Killing That Has Shocked Oklahoma
August 23, 2013
Her sixth husband, Morrow, declined the invitation, but she was a good sport about it.My Dinner With Rue
June 3, 2010
The 67-year-old Golden Girls star was passing a solitary Sunday night with her sixth husband, Morrow.My Life As Gwyneth
September 10, 2009
He looked above to estimate the ground he could cover on the morrow.The Spenders
Harry Leon Wilson
On the morrow, Durochat was transferred to Versailles, where he was to be judged.
When the morrow comes, if we are still alive, we are to pray again.An Explanation of Luther's Small Catechism
Chip, thinking of the morrow's drive, groaned in real anguish of spirit.Chip, of the Flying U
B. M. Bower
Indeed, on the morrow she seated herself at the work-frame and embroidered as she was wont to do.The Dream
- the next day
- the period following a specified event
- the morning
Word Origin and History for morrow
mid-13c., morewe-; c.1300, morwe, shortened variation of morewen "morrow" (see morn).