His lips seemed to say something along the lines of: “They are on a mission,” but that line was dubbed over.
That something was Christie, who announced his candidacy for the State Senate in 1993, against Majority Leader John Dorsey.
“Of course you know that political thing put pressure on the sheriff that we had to do something,” the detective says.
There's something more satisfying about playing characters like that, or getting to a place people didn't expect you to be.
“Clearly Obama will have to say something about immigration policy,” says Selee.
He wanted his Mother as much as ever, but something told him it was no use.
But just to prove to you what a silly goose I am, I'll show you something.
He says you've got something up your sleeve and he hasn't decided what it is.
There is something in the air out here that is almost intoxicating!
Here is something about 'friend,' and another word I can't make out.
Old English sum þinge; see some + thing. Hyphenated from c.1300; one word from 17c. Formerly common as an adverb (e.g. something like). Meaning "some liquor, food, etc." is from 1570s. Meaning "a thing worthy of consideration" is from 1580s; emphatic form something else is from 1909. Phrase something for nothing is from 1869. To make something of is from 1778.
Something or someone very effective, impressive, etc: He is some pumpkins (1846+)