To-some in a sentence

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How to use to-some in a sentence. To-some pronunciation.

I hope to-some day," she answered softly.
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Wasn't it likely that he'd turn out to be some one she could cling to a little; confide her perplexities to-some of them?
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If only our auto would work we could get to-some place.
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All at once she wanted to talk about it to-some one, to everybody.
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And she turned the key over and continued looking at it, as it lay in her hand, poor, ugly, wretched key that it was, no longer of any use, never again to open the lock it belonged to-some unknown lock, hidden far away in the depths of the world.
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Examples of To-some

Example #1
After all, an astrologer,-nay, a cabalist-is not so monstrous a prodigy in the nineteenth century!
Example #2
Its business office is located at 809 North 1500 West, Salt Lake City, UT 84116, (801) 596-1887, email business@pglaf.org.
Example #3
Was there a chance that ripened, disillusioned, made gentle and wise by the alchemy of the furnace he had come through, he might prove to be the one person in the world to whom she could confide everything?
Example #4
It wasn't possible, of course, that she would find him the boy he had been five years ago, before he went to France-though from some of his letters one might have thought he hadn't changed a bit.
Example #5
Mr. Blackford proved that he did know considerable about a car, for he soon discovered that the trouble was a simple disarrangement of the ignition system.
Example #6
I've seen that man and his scar before.