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summat

/ˈsʌmət/
pronoun
1.
(Brit, not standard) something: you gonna do summat about it or what?
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  • If the old man made no will, I'll maybe have summat to say as may startle them a gay bit.

  • "I've summat to say to Mr. Bonnithorne, mother," said the statesman.

    A Son of Hagar

    Sir Hall Caine
  • Theer's a warmish bit afore us, and it's well to have summat to work on.

    Aunt Rachel David Christie Murray
  • There'll always be summat to think about—summat with a relish in it.'

    Despair's Last Journey David Christie Murray
  • But here's summat of a red color that may suit a weak stomach, mayhap.

    The Pioneers James Fenimore Cooper
  • His royaliness comed in with a rug over his arm, and summat under it.

    Prince Prigio Andrew Lang
  • I expects as how there is a stone or summat in the sand under the point.

    Across the Spanish Main Harry Collingwood
  • "I've comed with summat for you," he said, casting a suspicious look at Eve.

  • "summat movin' i' th' wood," the other whispered, listening weasel-eared.

    Bob, Son of Battle Alfred Ollivant
  • Ye be summat like yer poor fayther, my lad; he were allers above we.'

    Parables from Flowers Gertrude P. Dyer

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