from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. Informal Somewhere.
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- adj. Somewhere, in some place.
- adv. Somewhere, in some place.
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"Sutherland?" said Mr. Appleditch; "I think I've 'eard the name somewheres, but I don't know the face."
"Oh, yes, sir," he replied, wrinkling up his forehead as if thinking deeply; "I've got a name somewheres, but I've never seemed to want it.
"I'll call somewheres else," Jem Three said briefly.
Sure enough, I was called somewheres along of four o'clock and the orderly led me inside the tent to Benny's cot.
I think "somewheres" comes from the increasingly popular txting spelling and grammar rules.
The part that said "over the rainbow", but then I got they just wrote "somewheres" over the rainbow...
All hidin 'somewheres' round my bed and layin there fer me.
Much more respectable in point of antiquity is the habit which obtains to some extent even among educated Americans, of saying "somewheres" and
At the same time, as "somewheres" has become irremediably a vulgarism in England, it would, I think, be a graceful concession on the part of educated Americans to drop the "s."
He said he would go "somewheres" and steal a lamp.
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