sometime

All Adverb
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  • Sometime later, however, the population began to increase, first gradually and then rapidly.
  • Why don't you come up sometime and see me?
  • If it did indeed exist, it was destroyed sometime after first century AD.
  • The unit continued to exist under her command until sometime in the late 1930s.
  • After a more formal introduction sometime later, the two were quickly attracted to each other.
  • Their son Cole is born sometime during the summer after his first year of teaching.
  • For unknown reasons sometime after their original publication, these videos had been lost for many years.
  • Sometime during the early 1960s, she left her first husband.
  • The smaller castle tower, built sometime after the keep, had several facilities including a well and kitchen.
  • Maggie makes her way back to her apartment, but leaves sometime during the night.
  • Sometime after the opening of the strip residents wanted to come up with a new name for the growing town.
  • The villa was abandoned sometime during the third or fourth century for unknown reasons.
  • Set sometime in the near future, the show featured a fleet of intelligent vehicles.
  • Sometime later my father came home demoralized in his new army-style uniform with an army rank.
  • They agreed to marry sometime after Ichikawa completed his first film as director.
  • It has been announced that the system will go public sometime in 2009.
  • It took place sometime during the first game.
  • He ran out of money sometime in the early 1950s.
  • Sometime after their fight with the Gegeines, they sent some men to find food and water.
  • The female lays usually three eggs sometime between late April and late June.
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Words starting with sometime

Meaning of sometime

  • adverb At some indefinite or unstated time
    let's get together sometime, everything has to end sometime, It was to be printed sometime later