Overmorrow definitions

1925, Parliamentary Debates: Official Report, volume 188, H.M. Stationery Off., page iv.

We can go not overmorrow, but on Thursday.

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1969, James Klugman quoting Bucharin, History of the Communist Party of Great Britain: The General Strike, 1925-1927, volume 2, London: Lawrence & Wishart, page 73.

Sinowjeff and myself go to Caucasus overmorrow.

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(obsolete) The day after tomorrow.
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Origin of overmorrow

From Middle English overmorwe, a compound of over + morwe (“morrow”). Compare Dutch overmorgen, German übermorgen, Swedish övermorgon, Danish overmorgen, Norwegian overmorgen.