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till doomsday

For a very long, indefinite amount of time; forever. Although we don't have to pay for medical care in this country, you'll sometimes be waiting till doomsday to receive elective treatment. My wife was talking on the phone with her sister till doomsday last night!
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until doomsday

For a very long, indefinite amount of time; forever. Although we don't have to pay for medical care in this country, you'll sometimes be waiting until doomsday to receive elective treatment. My wife was talking on the phone with her sister until doomsday last night!
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till doomsday

for ever.
Doomsday means literally ‘judgement day’, the Last Judgement of Christian tradition.
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till ˈdoomsday

(informal) a very long time; for ever: This job’s going to take me till doomsday.
Doomsday is the last day of the world when Christians believe that everyone will be judged by God.
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References in classic literature ?
'Not a syllable, sir, from my man, if we talk till doomsday,' returned the captain.
Rather a curious speculation how Fledgehy would otherwise have disposed of his leisure until Doomsday.
The most widely spread prediction he made, using his evangelical radio ministry and thousands of billboards, was that the Rapture would happen on May 21, 2011, but gave up public prophecy when his date-specific doomsdays did not come to pass.
Melbourne, December 18 ( ANI ): The California doomsday preacher Harold Camping has died at the age of 92.