- se mea
Noun(1) an indefinite or unknown location
Adverb(1) in or at or to some place, `someplace' is used informally for `somewhere'
(1) in search of somewhere to live(2) He has caused the death of somewhere between one and one half million and two million people.(3) can we go somewhere warm?(4) Thanks to the deserted roads I was there in half an hour, despite a wrong turning somewhere along the way.(5) In these dreams I can go up to somewhere around the equivalent of 100 stories or so.(6) Someone, somewhere , is not thinking about holidays anything like as much as I am at the moment.(7) it cost somewhere around two thousand dollars(8) People do acknowledge that young people need an outlet but we have to draw a line somewhere .(9) We need somewhere big to store all this gas, so big that there's only really one option.(10) Suffice to say it was somewhere short of fresh run, but no one had the heart to tell the beaming youth it should go back.(11) I reckon I'm somewhere between a third and a half done now, as far as the actual writing goes.(12) Women had a childhood which ended with marriage at somewhere between the ages of fifteen to eighteen.(13) We like the pub, it is somewhere people of our age can go without fear of trouble and John will keep it like that.(14) Use prevents abuse and once it is finished it will be somewhere people will want to go.(15) I've seen you somewhere before(16) Move somewhere warm with a lower cost of living and take a new job and a new outlook on life.
(1) some where :: nisi mea
1. someplace ::
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