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somewhere

[suhm-hwair, -wair]
adverb
1.
in or at some place not specified, determined, or known: They live somewhere in Michigan.
2.
to some place not specified or known: They went out somewhere.
3.
at or to some point in amount, degree, etc. (usually followed by about, near, etc.): He is somewhere about 60 years old.
4.
at some point of time (usually followed by about, between, in, etc.): somewhere about 1930; somewhere between 1930 and 1940; somewhere in the 1930s.
noun
5.
an unspecified or uncertain place.

Origin:
1150–1200; Middle English; see some, where


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somewhere (ˈsʌmˌwɛə)
 
adv
1.  in, to, or at some unknown or unspecified place or point: somewhere in England; somewhere between 3 and 4 o'clock
2.  informal get somewhere to make progress

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Example sentences
We remember ourself having left two umbrellas somewheres.
But about half went on off and, tried to do better somewheres else.
Den dey roamed on off and set down somewheres to sleep in de shade o de trees.
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