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[ suhm-thing ]SEE DEFINITION OF something

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He decided, too, that he could think better with something mechanical to occupy his hands.

"When we are in Athens, I will show you something more beautiful than these," said Pericles.

And he had hoped so cheerfully all the time to do something.

Did he tell you how to make a lovely asparagus short-cake or something?

If you think it is I'll tell you something that isn't: Avice practically refused him.

"He will look for me, and seem bewildered, as if something were lost," replied Philothea.

"Looks as if there were something doing there," said Percival, as they drove off the wharf.

"I've got something to do pretty quick," thought Robert, with satisfaction.

“And so I have,” said Randall with something of his ordinary humour.

Or, if I'd only got tied up in some way for a few weeks—something I could tide over.

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