from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- pro. Some part; a portion, something; some.
- adv. In some measure or degree; somewhat, partly, partially
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In some degree; somewhat.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In some measure or degree; somewhat; partly; partially.
- n. Some part; somewhat; something; some.
Curfew Street, and though we know he was somedeal hurt in that matter, we cannot see why he should not do homage in leal and duteous sort.
In Ethiopia all the rivers and all the waters be trouble, and they be somedeal salt for the great heat that is there.
And when men have gathered it, then cometh the white that is somedeal less than the black.
For of fire he taketh red colour in the overmost part, and of earth green in the nethermost, and of the air a manner of brown colour, and of water somedeal blue in the middle.
And first is red colour, that cometh out of a light beam, that touches the outer part of the roundness of the cloud: then is a middle colour somedeal blue, as the quality asketh, that hath mastery in the vapour, that is in the middle of the cloud.
And despise somedeal the usages of other men in comparison to their own usage.
The voice is hoarse, swelling groweth in the body, and many small botches and whelks hard and round, in the legs and in the utter parts; feeling is somedeal taken away.
And they must be gladded with instruments of music, and somedeal be occupied.
By this, as some say, the pain perpetual due to Trajan as a miscreant was somedeal taken away, but for all that was not he quit from the prison of hell, for the soul may well be in hell and feel there no pain by the mercy of God.
The countess made somedeal deol,  for no sothness they nustë.