The obscure word of the week is overmorrow

This week’s obscure English word is overmorrow. It means ‘the day after tomorrow’. I like it a lot. In fact, I might even publish another one of these obscure words overmorrow (but probably not).

Your challenge: write a sentence or two in the comments using this word.

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5 thoughts on “The obscure word of the week is overmorrow

    1. It’s a rather good word, isn’t it. To me it comes across as having a kind of arts-and-crafts movement theme – the sort of thing that might have been said by William Morris to evoke that sense of pre-industrial harmony. (And was duly lampooned, later, by one J. R. R. Tolkien).

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