never in a month of Sundays

At no time whatsoever.

,Never in a month of Sundays would I have imagined that youd be this tall in real life! also like saying "ill come back on the 4th of never" also means ill never come back


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  • never in a month of Sundays — not/never/in a month of Sundays informal old fashioned phrase used for saying that something will never happen Thesaurus: not likely to happensynonym general words meaning to happensynonym …   Useful english dictionary

  • not in a month of Sundays — not/never/in a month of Sundays informal old fashioned phrase used for saying that something will never happen Thesaurus: not likely to happensynonym general words meaning to happensynonym …   Useful english dictionary

  • not in a month of Sundays — (not) in a month of Sundays if you say that something will not happen in a month of Sundays, you mean that it is not likely to happen. He ll never run the marathon, not in a month of Sundays …   New idioms dictionary

  • in a month of Sundays — (not) in a month of Sundays if you say that something will not happen in a month of Sundays, you mean that it is not likely to happen. He ll never run the marathon, not in a month of Sundays …   New idioms dictionary

  • in a month of Sundays — in a ˌmonth of ˈSundays idiom (informal) used to emphasize that sth will never happen • You won t find it, not in a month of Sundays. Main entry: ↑monthidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • month — [ mʌnθ ] noun count *** 1. ) one of the 12 periods that a year is divided into, such as January, February, etc: CALENDAR MONTH: during the winter months the month of March Could we meet earlier in the month? this/next/last month: A man was… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • month — /mVnT/ noun (C) 1 one of the twelve named periods of time that a year is divided into: It snowed heavily during the month of January. | Phil is coming home for a visit next month. | She ll be thirteen this month. | a tremendous article in this… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • month */*/*/ — UK [mʌnθ] / US noun [countable] Word forms month : singular month plural months 1) one of the 12 periods that a year is divided into, such as January, February etc the month of March Could we meet earlier in the month? during the winter months… …   English dictionary

  • month — W1S1 [mʌnθ] n [: Old English; Origin: monath] 1.) one of the 12 named periods of time that a year is divided into this/last/next month ▪ Phil is coming home for a visit next month. ▪ She ll be thirteen this month. ▪ I hope I ll have finished the… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • month — (n.) O.E. monað, from P.Gmc. *menoth (Cf. O.S. manoth, O.Fris. monath, M.Du. manet, Du. maand, O.H.G. manod, Ger. Monat, O.N. manaðr, Goth. menoþs month ), related to *menon moon (see MOON ( …   Etymology dictionary

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