- pro. UK, regional Something.
- Alteration of somewhat (Wiktionary)
“Unhappily, in one of her maudlin fits, Mrs. Stubbs took a particular fancy to my mother; and one day, in the absence of the 'ninth,' beckoned my unsuspecting parent into her sittingroom, -- and after gratuitously imparting to her the hum-drum history of her domestic squabbles, invited her to take a 'drop o' summat '-- to keep up her I sperrits.”
“Table and the wind raged through innumerable mortarless chinks, even the slowly-moving folk of the valley came to the conclusion that 'summat' ull hev to be deun. ”
“Aw have, -- an 'summat's been dropt onto me at aw dooant like, an aw've made up my mind to throw up th' drumsticks an 'tak to honest hard wark for a livin.”
“When they had entered this apartment, Tummas as a matter of course offered, and as a matter of course Mr. Stubbs accepted, a "summat" to eat and drink, being the respectable relies of a gammon of bacon, and a”
“summat," but as Halsey had gone to bed immediately after Miss Leighton had had her say with him, and had refused to be "interviewed" even by his wife, there was a good deal of uncertainty even in the mind of his oldest pal, Peter Betts.”
“I should imagine the learning-outcomes are interesting in themselves. on January 23, 2009 at 7: 39 pm | Reply dmc stop being kind to em, you after promotion or summat. on January 23, 2009 at 11: 11 pm | Reply FedUp”
“Now that's summat as is wrong an' all," said Mrs. Walker, following her to the door.”
“Alas, I don't have a hope in hell of doing it right now unless some convention or summat were to pay for the travel and put me up.”
“Just stick it up on them interwebs or summat and send us a link.”
“So, I reckons as anyone what gives summat on me Christmas List, gets a copy of "A Scruffian Christmas," yeah?”
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