Definition of someway in English:


Pronunciation /ˈsəmˌwā/ /ˈsəmˌweɪ/

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informal North American
  • often somewaysIn some way or manner; by some means.

    • ‘we've got to make money someway’
    • ‘Otherwise, you end up playing them to get money together someway or other, in order to manage to play the finals.’
    • ‘Somehow, someway, I have to find a way out and up into the sunlight again.’
    • ‘But why pull the race card and act like somehow, someway this is a story about race.’
    • ‘Somehow, someway, he kept hard charging until he found me and sent Claudia my address.’
    • ‘Somehow, someway, when the sent-out group of assassins reached the base, Mike was already inside.’
    • ‘Somehow someway he always makes me want to scream in frustration.’
    • ‘Always, you can count on Clemens somehow, someway getting the job done.’
    • ‘The wounded pride of a fifteen-year-old boy had to be salvaged someway.’
    • ‘But I could not give the impression that we were someway condoning it.’
    • ‘She loved to play with the dolphins, and usually escaped from Marina's wrath someway or another to visit them.’
    • ‘The white tiger had been killed someway but she couldn't remember how.’
    • ‘He could tell by the look on her face that somehow, someway, she knew.’
    • ‘Somehow, someway, it inadvertently slips to my mother that I have a boyfriend.’
    • ‘But somehow someway he would mess up and Jason would be there to take him down.’
    • ‘Although he can't make complete sense of it, he is sure that someway Betty has Margaret's baby.’
    • ‘Somehow, someway I'll crank out one of those previews, even though my heart won't be in it.’
    • ‘If I could distract Jafar someway for a few moments, I could make a run for it.’
    • ‘Was it some twist on coincidence that we somehow, someway found each other?’
    • ‘I stayed there looking at myself just thinking of nothing, trying to escape someway somehow.’
    • ‘I did not want to anger him and I wanted to make it up to him, somehow, someway.’