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adverb & pronounNorth american
- another term for somewhere
- ‘If people want to get rid of their pet, I need to try and find someplace for it to go.’
- ‘The expert put down the bottle gingerly and looked for someplace to wipe his fingers.’
- ‘He said that he could pick me up, but of course, I suggested that I go meet him someplace.’
- ‘We could have kept shooting in the cold, but we decided to leave for someplace warmer.’
- ‘What you don't want to do is go swimming at night or someplace where there are alligators.’
- ‘Maybe there are one or two more in the woodwork someplace, threatening to come forward.’
- ‘They thought this kind of behavior could be cured if they sent them to Arizona or someplace.’
- ‘It's a great place for me to perform and I wanted to do it in someplace other than San Francisco.’
- ‘It is quite possible that he is someplace else and just hasn't been able to reach someone.’
- ‘They know that to be poor in America is a lot better than being poor someplace else.’
- ‘You'd be reading it someplace where your office colleagues couldn't see you.’
- ‘I pull out the other directions in the stack and they lead to someplace else on the beach.’
- ‘I guess I knew someplace in the back of my head that this was just a stop, and not the destination.’
- ‘Never, ever, make an appointment when you need to be someplace else later on in the day.’
- ‘You just start down this road and hope you end up someplace better than where you started.’
- ‘People live in a community for decades because they have to hire moving vans to go someplace else.’
- ‘In essence, he wanted to take the application someplace the board didn't want it to go.’
- ‘He always felt that there was someplace else he could have gone and more he could have done.’
- ‘It's difficult to find someplace to start when you're offered this type of inanity.’
- ‘I don't know if Smith was able to get the information and hide it someplace or not.’
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