Definition for some

adjective as in few

Strongest matches

a few, any

Weak matches

a bit, a little, part of

adjective as in extraordinary

adjective as in a little

Strong match


Weak matches

any, few, several

pronoun as in any

Strongest match

a few

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Example Sentences

At 17, she attended the Durango Songwriters Expo, a summit where 30 music industry professionals mentor 200 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.

We had in our box the hand-some ambassador and late tutor of the Mahararana of Oodeypore.

They were twenty small red demons rather like Billy, and the same number of tiny skeletons, all with waggle-some hands and feet.

Wed all be subjected to a force of twenty-some gravities for a period of several seconds.


On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to some, such as: a few, any, a bit, a little, and part of.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.