days hence

days hence

(A certain number of) days after today. Grandma will be here three days hence, so you need to clean your room.
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...days, weeks, etc. ˈhence

(formal) a number of days, etc. from now: The true consequences will only be known several years hence.
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Next he told how her father had discovered what was a-doing, and had taken her away from him so that he never saw her again, and his heart was sometimes like to break; how this morn, only one short month and a half from the time that he had seen her last, he had heard and knew it to be so, that she was to marry old Sir Stephen of Trent, two days hence, for Ellen's father thought it would be a grand thing to have his daughter marry so high, albeit she wished it not; nor was it wonder that a knight should wish to marry his own sweet love, who was the most beautiful maiden in all the world.
"Then give me thy hand, Allan," cried Robin, "and let me tell thee, I swear by the bright hair of Saint AElfrida that this time two days hence Ellen a Dale shall be thy wife.
"Very well, indeed," he said, "the coat is growing black, the sprouting has commenced, the veins of the bulb are swelling, in eight days hence, and perhaps sooner, we may distinguish the first buds of the leaves protruding.
The next mention, some days hence, will be to the effect that he is suffering from nervous prostration and has been given a vacation by his grateful flock.
Unfortunately, we do not live in the times of the great emperor, we live in the times of the cardinal; and three days hence, however well the secret might be guarded, it would be known, I say, that we were to fight, and our combat would be prevented.
On reading the letter my voice failed me, and still more when I heard my father say, 'Two days hence thou wilt depart, Cardenio, in accordance with the duke's wish, and give thanks to God who is opening a road to thee by which thou mayest attain what I know thou dost deserve; and to these words he added others of fatherly counsel.
He will return to Olympus twelve days hence; I will then go to his mansion paved with bronze and will beseech him; nor do I doubt that I shall be able to persuade him."
"A few days hence it will be early enough for me to send my answer to Mr.
"It will be time enough to talk about waste three days hence," Newman answered; and clapping his hat on his head, he departed.
According to a statement issued from the DC office on Thursday, the ban has been imposed for a period of thirty days hence forthwith aiming preventing clogging of sanitary pipes and small streams.
Meanwhile Deputy Commissioner Dir Lower has also imposed ban on selling and purchasing of toy guns for a period of 30 days hence forthwith.
Summary: Donated blood lasts only 42 days hence the need for constant supply
The playing unit has given the training sessions a wide berth for the last four days hence disrupting their preparations for the next league match.
Ninety days hence, the US will tighten measures with restrictions on oil sales from the country.
Defendants to show cause within 7 days hence while the Motion on Notice for interlocutory injunction should not be granted.'