[suhm-hwen, -wen]

adverb Archaic.

Origin of somewhen

1250–1300; Middle English sumwhanne; see some, when Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Related Words for somewhen

eventually, sometime, someday

Examples from the Web for somewhen

Historical Examples of somewhen

  • It is sure to pay you in the long run, somehow, somewhere, somewhen.

    True Words for Brave Men

    Charles Kingsley

  • Where and when and how you will, but somewhen and somehow, God created the heavens and the earth!'

    Robert Elsmere

    Mrs. Humphry Ward

  • Yet, somehow, somewhen, one would have to settle accounts with him!


    H. G. Wells

  • We know by rumor that there has been heavy fighting somewhere and somewhen.

  • There was a time when God did not exist; and then somehow, somewhen, he came into being.

    God and Mr. Wells

    William Archer