someplace

adverb
some·​place | \ ˈsəm-ˌplās How to pronounce someplace (audio) \

Definition of someplace

Examples of someplace in a Sentence

Should we eat here or go someplace else? I put my keys someplace but I can't remember where.

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This gives me the opportunity to help the women of my community see their work and their byline someplace other than their blogs, which is huge. al, "Javacia Bowser partners with Reckon Women to elevate womens’ voices," 4 Sep. 2019 For his next move, Schindler is thinking about someplace closer to his customers, like Mexico or the Dominican Republic. Lydia Depillis, ProPublica, "Everything You Need to Play Baseball Is Made in China — and Getting Hit by Trump’s Tariffs," 3 Sep. 2019 People get up late for work after the weekend and are in a hurry to get someplace. Washington Post, "Maryland’s garbage workers in harm’s way," 17 May 2018 Everyone here came from someplace else, pushing forward while struggling to survive. The Economist, "How donuts fuelled the American Dream," 26 July 2019 Romantics looking for love and committed relationships in Florida may want to think again or look someplace else. Johnny Diaz, sun-sentinel.com, "Florida is full of cheating hearts, survey finds," 21 June 2019 These guys who are healthy now, might not want to take that risk, might not want to go someplace else and wait for [Durant] for two years... Joey Morona, cleveland.com, "LeBron’s Lakers could benefit most from Kevin Durant’s injury, says ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith," 12 June 2019 People in the public better find someplace sufficient for poetry in the market’s outer depths. Ben Lerner, Harper's magazine, "Resistances," 10 Jan. 2019 Which, in addition to the salubriousness of all that sea and salt, promised an unusually high (in fact, daily) dose of what for me is another major mood elevator: the anticipatory frisson of arriving someplace new. Klara Glowczewska, Town & Country, "This Silversea Muse Cruise is a Mediterranean Dream Odyssey," 19 Mar. 2019

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First Known Use of someplace

1880, in the meaning defined above

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