to·mor·row (tə-môrō, -mŏrō)
1. The day following today.
2. The future.
On or for the day following today: "I won't think of it now.... I'll think of it tomorrow" (Margaret Mitchell).
[Middle English to morow, from Old English tō morgenne, in the morning : tō, at, on; see TO + morgenne, dative of morgen, morning.]
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