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Knowing from experience that white gentlemen, in their intercourse with coloured people, were apt to be, in the local phrase; "sometimey," or uncertain in their moods, he first tested, with a few remarks about the weather, the colonel's amiability, and finding him approachable, proved quite talkative and confidential.
And even if Sacajawea had been a more sometimey place, the rules would have been different for Angela, or anyone else who was kin to Marie Toussaint.
Simplicity is critical when looking to invest in a singular swimsuit that will soon become your best friend, as your body gets “sometimey,” as they say in the ’hood.
Certainly her Aunt Tiny was never “sometimey,” an expression Yolonda’s mother used for a person who couldn’t be counted on.