To-morrow-i in a sentence

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First, you shall see John o' the Girnel's grave, and then we'll walk gently along the sands, the state of the tide being first ascertained (for we will have no more Peter Wilkins' adventures, no more Glum and Gawrie work), as far as Knockwinnock Castle, and inquire after the old knight and my fair foe-which will but be barely civil, and then"- "I beg pardon, my dear sir; but, perhaps, you had better adjourn your visit till to-morrow-I am a stranger, you know.
To-morrow-I will be a martyr.
Two years from now-or to-morrow-I can draw on you for a hundred and fifty times ten thousand dollars!
Frank comes to-morrow-I had a letter this morning-we see him to-morrow by dinner-time to a certainty-he is at Oxford to-day, and he comes for a whole fortnight; I knew it would be so.

Examples of To-morrow-i

Example #1
I will, since you are good enough to wish it, take this opportunity of spending another day here.
Example #2
Well, then," answered Lovel, whose motions were really undetermined at the moment, "you shall not connect the recollection of my name with so churlish a particle.
Example #3
As for the other kind, their dress is the only serious thing about them.
Example #4
Lord Ormont had been on guard then and always: his instinct of commandership kept him on guard.
Example #5
That was a matter between John Grier and myself.
Example #6
There was another will made later, which left the business to some one else.