Sometime - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈsʌmtaɪm|  American pronunciation of the word sometime
Brit.  |ˈsʌmtʌɪm|  British pronunciation of the word sometime
- at some indefinite or unstated time
let's get together sometime
everything has to end sometime
It was to be printed sometime later

adjective

- belonging to some prior time (syn: erstwhile, former, old, one- time, onetime, quondam)

Examples

We should get together sometime.

It's likely to happen sometime soon.

She will return from her trip sometime in December.

A burglar broke in sometime during the night.

The book was written sometime around the turn of the century.

...a sometime athlete who's gotten awfully fat...

I would love to talk to you sometime.

We'll take a vacation sometime in September.

Our house was built sometime around 1900.

Sir Richard Marsh, the sometime chairman of British Rail

Grimm, a sometime delivery driver, lives with his elderly mother.

We will arrive sometime next week.

It was to be printed sometime later

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