si·ne di·e (sī′nĭ dīē, sĭn′ā dēā′)
Without a day specified for a future meeting; indefinitely: Parliament was dismissed sine die.
[Medieval Latin : Latin sine, without + Latin diē, ablative of diēs, day.]
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