American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- pro. An unspecified or unknown person.
- n. A person of importance: He really thinks he's someone.
- pro. Some person.
- n. A partially specified but unnamed person.
- n. a human being
- some + one (Wiktionary)
“And for a moment like that, to have the gift of sharing a piece of my soul with someone I may never see again ~someone I will never forget, well, I wouldn't trade a moment like that for anything in the world.”
“The problem with this new Twitter update is if you follow the White House on Twitter and the White House replies to someone directly, e.g. @someone blah blah blah, you won't see it unless you are also following @someone.”
“I mean *someone* posted the photos, so they either took it, or got it from someone else right?”
“This is the kind of book that I would hint mightily to someone that I wanted for a birthday/holiday present, perhaps by saying, suggestively, that if I knew how to SEW, *someone* might get a handmade whatsis.”
“Eventually you could get someone to confess to *suicide* using sleep deprivation, and really any technique that you can use to get a false confession out of someone within reason, since obviously you can get a false confession out of *someone* using any technique, you know what I mean I think is, to me, torture.”
“And someone told someone and the chain of gossip began.”
“I want someone in my life and that someone is Alex.”
“I have a feeling that someone has all the email from both accounts, and they are right now in some sort of shady deal to sell the data to $someone (or perhaps to Palin herself).”
“I give it ten comments before someone tries it, perhaps literally in the case of ’someone.’”
“To all of you reading this, be a proud "American," not a label someone else gave you.”
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The process of a finding your broken heart and gluing it back together.
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