somewhile

somewhile

[suhm-hwahyl, -wahyl]
adverb Archaic.
1.
at some former time.
2.
at one time or another; sometime.
3.
at times; sometimes.
4.
for some time.

Origin:
1125–75; Middle English; see some, while

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