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someone

pronoun some·one \-(ˌ)wən\

: some person

Full Definition of SOMEONE

:  some person :  somebody
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Examples of SOMEONE

  1. Someone left you a message.
  2. Is that someone you know?
  3. We need someone who can work nights and weekends.
  4. Someone took the last piece of cake.
  5. I'll do it because someone has to.
  6. She offered the job to someone else.

First Known Use of SOMEONE

14th century
SOMEONE Defined for Kids

someone

pronoun some·one \ˈsəm-wən, -ˌwən\

Definition of SOMEONE for Kids

:  a person who is not known, named, or specified <Someone has to do the job.>

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