sometime sometime  /ˈsəm ˌtaɪm/


  1. (adj) belonging to some prior time
  2. (adv) at some indefinite or unstated time



  1. Sometimes we swing and miss.
  2. I sometimes feel so connected to nature that everything seems to be part of one living organism.
  3. A gallery of famous siblings and their sometimes fractious, sometimes harmonious relationships.


  1. Police plan sobriety check lane for Saturday night

    Police plan to conduct a sobriety check lane sometime late Saturday night and carrying over into early Sunday morning. Assuming fair weather conditions and manpower allow, the lane may be used at any of the following locations between 10:30 p.m.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Topeka Capital-Journal

  2. Past Tense: Whitmarsh Grocery was the center of Milan business

    Sometime after 1899, William Whitmarsh had plenty of cash to establish a grocery store. He was sharing space with Mell Barnes, who ran the Farmers and Merchants Bank of Milan, on the south west corner of Main and Wabash.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Milan News-Leader

  3. 100 years ago in Bucks

    Sometime between Friday night and Monday morning last maliciously inclined persons battered in the door of the West schoolhouse and afterward ransacked the teacher’s desk and perpetrated other unlawfu
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Bucks County Courier Times

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