One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
To some degree.‘Richard was something of an expert at the game’
- ‘Both play for Saracens and they have formed something of a mutual admiration society.’
- ‘What followed is something of a blur, of being led by the hand from bar to bar.’
- ‘I think Cameron could be at the forefront of something of a revival for us northerly types.’
- ‘He also seems to be a bit of a philosopher, which must be something of a prerequisite in his position.’
- ‘There's something of the wizard in his bearing and you find yourself wanting to listen.’
- ‘My friends think he is something of a bounder but he says it is totally out of character for him to behave in this way.’
- ‘In the tourism business, holidays in the desert are something of a final frontier.’
- ‘The city's most marketable tourist site has something of a classical air about it.’
- ‘The couple met in Scotland about five years ago and Annabel has become something of a muse for him.’
- ‘It feels like there's something of a production line going on with Scottish actors.’
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