- 1At some unspecified or unknown time: you must come and have supper sometime sometime after six everybody leftMore example sentences
- This morning it announced plans to return £65m to investors sometime in the first six months of 2003.
- I guess this gives me an actual reason to go to Wigan sometime soon…
- James, who is based in NYC, built a house in Galway sometime ago and spends as much time possible there, where he has a number of horses.
- 1.1 • archaic At one time; formerly: the Emperor Constantine used this speech sometime unto his bishopsMore example sentences
- We may say unto you, as Tertullian said sometime unto the heathens.
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- 1Former: the sometime editor of the paperMore example sentences
- Just nipped out for a sandwich and saw former rapper and sometime footballer, John Barnes, walking down Pall Mall.
- Roper has been a frequent contributor to, and sometime editor of, Past and Present and History Workshop Journal.
- The occasion was the second reunion of sometime pupils from East Cape schools living in Western Australia.
- 2North American Occasional: a sometime contributorMore example sentences
- I am a long term subscriber and sometime contributor to the x-ray files and the letters, as well as a fellow Mainer.
- Thanks to Senor G., a sometime contributor to it, here's the Shark Tank.
- From that involvement he segued to the film industry and worked as a writer, assistant director, editor and sometime actor.