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sometime

adverb as in at an indefinite time

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The first public screening of Pathé film shorts took place sometime around 1903.

On Christmas Day, sometime after dark, a hideous fire overtook the venue: 100 firefighters, 33 fire trucks, a four-alarm blaze.

According to police sources, was believed to have visited New York City sometime last week.

And Cervecería Legitima, yet another brewpub, is set to open in the city sometime in 2015.

Tonkin said he expected Frein to be brought before a judge sometime on Friday, which happens to be Halloween.

Even at his age he had ambitions, and expected that sometime he would, like his father, serve the king in some office.

It was a dangerous journey into this wonderful cave, but sometime Alila must go there, his father said.

These stems, with the refuse of other tobacco, are sometime used as filling for the commonest kind of cigars.

Miss Dory would say so, but, Mas'r Crompton, you'll fotch her back sometime to de ole place.

Let it suffice that what we are about to relate did happen, sometime or other within the present century.

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On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sometime, such as: late, once, periodically, someday, erstwhile, and former.

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

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