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8 thoughts on “ Sometime

  1. Britney Spears "Sometimes": You tell me you're in love with me Like you can't take your pretty eyes away from me It's not that I.
  2. Sometime definition, at some indefinite or indeterminate point of time: He will arrive sometime next week. See more.
  3. (I) hope to see you again (soon/sometime) A pleasant valediction typically said to an acquaintance. Well, it was nice chatting with you. Hope to see you again soon. See also: again, hope, see a sometime thing An activity that one participates or engages in infrequently, sporadically, or in a limited capacity. With two kids at home, my career in finance.
  4. Apr 10,  · sometime (not comparable) Former, erstwhile; at some previous time. my sometime friend and mentor. c. –, William Shakespeare, “The Tragedie of Hamlet, Prince of Denmarke”, Act I, scene ii: Therefore our sometime sister, now our queen / Th' imperial jointress to this warlike state.
  5. Sometime means “at some point.” As an adjective, sometime also means “former.” Some time means “a period of time”—usually a long period of time.
  6. Sometime means ‘at an unknown or undecided time in the future or the past’: Why don’t you come over and have dinner with us sometime? (at an undecided time in the future) I knew I had met her sometime.
  7. sometime Thus, desistance may be associated with factors that have changed or emerged sometime after the onset of offending. From Cambridge English Corpus The second punctuation tradition, known alternatively as 'logical' or 'grammatical', began taking hold sometime .

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