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To morrow never Comes

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A reproof to those who defer till to-morrow what should be done to-day.

“‘I shall acquaint your mother, Miss May, with your pretty behaviour to-morrow.ʹ—‘I suppose you mean to-morrow come never,ʹ answered Magnolia.”—Le Fanu: The House in the Churchyard, p. 118.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Tom and Jerry—i.e
Tom, Dick, and Harry
Tom oBedlams
Tomboy
Tomahawk
Tomb of Our Lord
Tommy Atkins (A)
Tommy Dodd
Tommy Shop
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Tonans
Tongue of the Trump (The)
Tongues
Tonna (Mrs.)
Tonsure
Tonsures
Tontine
Tony Lumpkin
Too Many for [Me] or One too many for [me]
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