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  • n. Plural form of something.


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  • According to Pew, this cohort of teens and twenty-somethings is "confident, self-expressive, liberal, upbeat and open to change."

    Millennials do faith and politics their way

  • Morgan Wilkins, the intern hired by the College Republicans National Committee to win the hearts and minds of Michigan 20-somethings, is planning events that some may find odd.


  • In my experience and that of my peers, the young men and women coming into the military today, the 20-somethings and most of the 30-somethings, which is the largest demographic in the military, for that group of people this is largely a non-issue.

    Trina's Kitchen

  • "We need to inspire 20-somethings, which is something the Obama campaign did very well," said Ms. McCain. News

  • I've noticed that even though I forget alot of things like everyone else, in my mind I tend to like alot of things and that helps me recall somethings I was never even thinking about in the first place.

    My part of the world.......

  • As a self-defining group, we did and will continue to consider a smorgasbord of "somethings" to do that capitalize on our individual strengths, inclinations and imaginations.

    Encouraging Experience at "Economic Recovery/Do Something Positive" House Meeting

  • MADIGAN: well, the other thing is all these guys, the guy on ESPN, him, they are fooling around 20-somethings which is the problem because they are going to tell everyone.

    CNN Transcript Dec 4, 2009

  • I sat there, trying to wrap my mind around Bernie's string of "somethings," when it suddenly occurred to me.

    9/11 -- Eliminating the Impossible

  • I like movies that say their "somethings" subtley.

    Good movie

  • Even at that it was not very long before those little "somethings" which are no respecters of persons, be he private, non-com, commissioned officer or general, found their way into the camp.

    Private Peat


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