Definitions

Sorry, no definitions found. Check out and contribute to the discussion of this word!

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • But she thought she could detect indications of some'thing else, something more.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • There was some'thing he had long been curious about but had been reluctant to investigate.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • He pos'sessed a certain vicious charm that constituted some'thing of an attractant to the ladies and allowed him to get into places and away with things that defeated less animated types like Codd and Johns.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • Multiple ones suggest some'thing far more sinister.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • This was not some'thing that could be shut down or cut off by the edge of a blade.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • The line he had been following indicated he was very close to some'thing now.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • He longed for the days when he could drop some'thing on the floor in the supreme confidence that whatever it was would be whisked off immediately to be discarded, put away, or cleaned as the case might be.

    Elvenborn

  • They would be trying to prod me into either doing something typical of a fool'such as lose my temper and insult them back-or to do or say some'thing that will give them more information about what I'm re-ally here for.

    Elvenborn

  • What he did not observe was that Lady Lydiell knew some'thing more and had told Kyrtian her family traditions as well as his father's.

    Elvenborn

  • As she brought her pin-point light in close to the ground, she saw a thin edge of some'thing squashed along the boundary of rock-pile and dirt that didn't look anything like the fractured edge of a rock.

    Elvenborn

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.