Entry 1 of 3 1 : one or some indiscriminately of whatever kind: a : one or another taken at random Ask any man you meet. He won't be any happier there than he was here. I could not walk any farther. I can't eat any more pizza.
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At 17, she attended the Durango Songwriters Expo, a summit where 30 music industry professionals mentor some -odd attendees. Sixty- some years later, people are still plunking themselves down in the ever-popular Eames chairs. My neurotic Jewish mother calls me every year in August to remind me that I need to get a flu shot before they some -how run out. Thirty- some years later, the takeover is still a trauma of very high and personal order. Could that blame- some -other-guy strategy succeed at a time of genuine economic distress? He was like a fly condemned to spend his life in the irk- some society of the spider. He also thanked him for his good service, and told him to choose some -one of his possessions, for he would get whatever he wanted.
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Entry 1 of 2 1 a : some indeterminate or unspecified thing b : some indeterminate amount more than a specified number — used in combination twenty -something years old a group of fifty -something s 2 : a person or thing of consequence 3 : one having more or less the character, qualities, or nature of something different is something of a bore something else : something or someone special or extraordinary something. I thought I heard something outside. He said something that really bothered me. I started to say something but she interrupted me. I have something to tell you.
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