- the next day.
Origin of morrow
Definition for morrow (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for morrow
Eventually Morrow was released with no money, vehicle, or phone.
“James [Edwards] always seemed frustrated,” Morrow recalled.Inside the ‘Boredom’ Killing That Has Shocked Oklahoma|Christine Pelisek|August 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Her sixth husband, Morrow, declined the invitation, but she was a good sport about it.
The 67-year-old Golden Girls star was passing a solitary Sunday night with her sixth husband, Morrow.
Then the Court adjourned till to morrow morning Eight of the Clock.
She rejoiced to be near the low-lying, fleecy clouds which a little while ago had aroused her apprehensions for the morrow.In Apple-Blossom Time|Clara Louise Burnham
He was in Swanage on the morrow bearing the engagement ring.Howards End|E. M. Forster
She told him about the stranger, and said she supposed they must ask him to stay over the morrow—Christmas-Day.Johnny Ludlow, Third Series|Mrs. Henry Wood
He was delayed at the theatre by matters concerned with the scenery of the new piece they were to mount upon the morrow.Scaramouche|Rafael Sabatini
British Dictionary definitions for morrow
noun the morrow archaic, or poetic
Word Origin for morrow
Word Origin and History for morrow
mid-13c., morewe-; c.1300, morwe, shortened variation of morewen "morrow" (see morn).