On the day after the present day; on the next day; on the morrow.
n.: One of the greatest labor saving devices of today.
The time reserved for Nationalists: the Nationalist Age (also, the future, the coming day, our day, etc.). Our day won and earned by struggle.
the day after today; "what are our tasks for tomorrow?"
Tomorrow (previously known as The In Crowd and before that as Four Plus One) were a 1960s psychedelic rock band. Despite critical acclaim and support from DJ John Peel who featured them on his Perfumed Garden radio show, the band was not a great success in commercial terms.
Tomorrow is a 1968 album by the English psychedelic group Tomorrow. It was originally released by EMI Parlophone in a black and white sleeve.
"Tomorrow" is the sixth track on U2's 1981 album, October. Its lyrics are a description of Bono's mother's funeral. The song was later rerecorded by Bono and Adam Clayton, for release in the Common Ground: Voices of Modern Irish Music album.
"Tomorrow" is the eighth single by 1960s British girl singer Sandie Shaw. Released in January 1966, it put Shaw back into the Top 10 on the UK singles chart (peaking at Number 9 - her sixth Top 10 in only just over a year). Also a very big hit in Italy, Shaw has stated that she liked the "dramatic" feel of this Chris Andrews-penned song and it was used as the final encore in her 1986 concert filmed for home video release.