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[ suhm-pleys ]



/ ˈsʌmˌpleɪs /


  1. informal.
    in, at, or to some unspecified place or region

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Word History and Origins

Origin of someplace1

Middle English word dating back to 1350–1400; some, place

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Example Sentences

Someday, when she is allowed out of state, she wants to travel someplace like Tennessee, which she’s heard is pretty.

If they don’t see ROI they’ll want to look for it someplace else.

I just want to land someplace we’ve never been to that’s not Mars.

Unfortunately, I scroll someplace where a very vocal Mitch McConnell is perpetually awake.

The final requirement was that it be someplace the Earth team hadn’t seen before.

The local misses what could have been if they had moved someplace distant and different.

He added, “We cannot have a society in which some dictator someplace can start imposing censorship here in the United States.”

The beach parking lot was someplace out near the Lexington and Concord battlefields.

Acting on that instinct, Landsberry told the students in his class to run away and get someplace safe.

We always had these parties at someplace obscure, like out in the woods.

He was in someplace new, someplace strange, and he felt half sick and he was not all right at all.

If there isn't, we put 'em in an ambulance and take them someplace else.

Somebody said as though he didn't mean it: "We ought to take her someplace."

Grace here was looking around for someplace to hide herself.

To be planted abroad someplace might interfere with plans for escape, but he'd handle that detail when he was forced to face it.


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