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someday

[ suhm-dey ]
/ ˈsʌmˌdeɪ /
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adverb
at an indefinite future time.
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Origin of someday

before 900; Middle English sum day,Old English sum dæg;see some, day

usage note for someday

The adverb someday is written solid: Perhaps someday we will know the truth. The two-word form some day means “a specific but unnamed day”: We will reschedule the meeting for some day when everyone can attend.
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British Dictionary definitions for someday

someday
/ (ˈsʌmˌdeɪ) /

adverb
at some unspecified time in the (distant) future
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