Definition of somewhen in English:

somewhen

adverb

informal
  • At some time.

    ‘somewhen between 1918 and 1930’
    • ‘And about bluebottles, pink-tongues and all sorts of colourful things, we'll have more to report, someday, sometime, somewhen in Sandy Beach Almanac.’
    • ‘Don't die without finding it, somewhere, somewhen.’
    • ‘Somewhere, somewhen, there was a sea change in the American mind.’
    • ‘He was looking forward to a leap into another life, somewhere and somewhen else.’
    • ‘I'll stick my head in somewhen and take a look.’

Pronunciation

somewhen

/ˈsʌmwɛn/