Sometime in a sentence

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Definition of Sometime

  • At a past time indefinitely referred to; once; formerly.
  • At a time undefined; once in a while; now and then; sometimes.
  • At one time or other hereafter; as, I will do it sometime.
  • Having been formerly; former; late; whilom.
  • at some indefinite or unstated time

How to use sometime in a sentence. Sometime pronunciation.

Say, it makes my eyes water sometimes to see the fellah slogging away.
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Demonstration was discouraged, if not forbidden, among the Quakers, and if, to others, it gave a cold and austere manner, in David it tempered to a warm stillness the powerful impulses in him, the rivers of feeling which sometimes roared through his veins.
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And if you stood in a dark room and your neighbors in the next had lights, the shadows on your canvas told queer secrets sometimes!
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The eye was never tired of gazing, night or day, in calm or storm; it suffered but one grief, and that was that it could not look always, but must close sometimes in sleep.
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There, the rocks on the bottom are sometimes gray, sometimes white.
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Sometimes we rowed out to the "blue water," a mile or two from shore.
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Sometimes, on lazy afternoons, we lolled on the sand in camp, and smoked pipes and read some old well-worn novels.
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Sometimes he miscalculated a little, and did not get his rider through intact, but he always got through himself.
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Sometimes i'th' Full, and flush'd with store of Customers; and at another time i'th' Wane, and beating Hemp in _Bridewel_.
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And these are a sort of Persons so far degenerated below humanity that they will sometimes procure their own Wives to be Whore for other Men.
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Yet all this would not molifie her unrelenting Husband, nor work any change upon him; for he regarded neither what she said, nor the sorrowful moans and complaints of her almost Famished Infants: For all she gets for her affectionate Counsel and Advice, is to be sometimes rail'd at, and at other times jeer'd and flouted.
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At last Supper was brought in, and her Servants waiting upon them at Table, like a Person of Quality; Mrs. _Pierpoint_ every now and then Drinking a Health, sometimes to Mr. _Hanwel_, and by and by to all their Friends at _Hargrave_; then to his good Health, which engag'd him to drink theirs: Till Supper being ended, the Bawd ask'd one of her Servants what a Clock it was?
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Very well, Sir, says I: I hope you will take nothing amiss; I see you are a Gentleman; but I have sometimes had Tricks put upon me, and therefore am as choice in the company I entertain, as you are in keeping your Company.
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But as they were going along, they perceived a very fine Gentlewoman in a rich Garb, in a _Sculler_, all alone; and also observed that she made the _Sculler_, who was a good likely Young Man, row her sometimes one way, and sometimes another, without going to any certain Place.
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Why, truly Sir, said she, I have one at every corner of the Town, and lodge sometimes with one, and sometimes with another, as I have occasion.
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However, even old Homer sometimes nodded-and I confess that I was in error with regard to your son.
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It's just the kind of thing I say myself sometimes.
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But they sometimes impress others as prejudices; and they no doubt help to obscure our judgment, and to shorten or refract our sight.
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Poverty in early years sometimes makes men rather close and miserly in middle age, as it certainly did in the case of Ibsen, who seemed to think that charity began and ended at home.
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But the ideas of a great man on Religion, Humanity, and Art take hold on something eternal, and sometimes borrow eternity from the object.
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Examples of Sometime

Example #1
He's a Jim-dandy-works all day and half the night, and if the tax-gatherer isn't at the door, wakes up laughing.
Example #2
Here the people are all right and the Government all wrong.
Example #3
Only Nahoum Pasha had noticed his arrested look, so motionless did he sit; and now, without replying, he bowed gravely and deferentially to Kaid, who rose from the table.
Example #4
He would not have dwelt upon the incident, he would have set it down to the curiosity of a woman of the harem, but that the face looking out was that of an English girl, and peering over her shoulder was the dark, handsome face of an Egyptian or a Turk. Self-control was the habit of his life, the training of his faith, and, as a rule, his face gave little evidence of inner excitement.
Example #5
Very often these partitions were made of old flour sacks basted together; and then the difference between the common herd and the aristocracy was, that the common herd had unornamented sacks, while the walls of the aristocrat were overpowering with rudimental fresco-i.e., red and blue mill brands on the flour sacks.
Example #6
This was the rule in Carson-any other kind of partition was the rare exception.