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- adv. once; for a time
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Once; for a time.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Sometimes; at one time or another; from time to time; at times.
- For a while; for a time.
- Once; at one time.
It looks like Shrek, but i suppose Johny Depp has been a cartoon for somewhile derp
Krzerszonese Milesia asundurst Sirdarthar Woolwichleagues, good tomkeys years somewhile in Crimealian wall samewhere in Ayerland, during me weeping stillstumms over the freshprosts of Eastchept and the dangling garters of Marrowbone and daring my wapping stiltstunts on Bostion Moss, old stile and new style and heave a lep onwards.
I've been meaning to write to you/comment on your blog for somewhile now.
After that they steered east to Osel, (3) and lay there somewhile under a ness.
And so kindly and gladly did the public -- or at least that portion of the public that read the "Atlantic Monthly" -- receive the specimens of Charles Lamb's uncollected writings, published somewhile since in these pages, that I am induced to print another paper on the same pleasant and entertaining subject.
The kingdome of Eastangles from thencefoorth was brought so into decaie, that it remained subiect one while vnto them of Mercia, an other while vnto the Westsaxons, and somewhile vnto them of Kent, till that Edmund surnamed the martyr got the gouernment thereof (as after shall appéere.)
Simon Zelotes speaketh it somewhile after the Crucifixion.
The captain had sat somewhile with his face in his hands; now he rose mechanically, shaking and stumbling like a drunkard after a debauch.
This was the palace of a dead and heirless duke, somewhile abandoned and now renewed with life and color by the gold of the Neapolitan.
In the meantime Major James Guilford, somewhile president of the Apache