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Synonyms for some

consisting of a number more than two or three but less than many

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quantifier

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relatively much but unspecified in amount or extent

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relatively many but unspecified in number

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(of quantities) imprecise but fairly close to correct

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I'm gonna venture to say, if you use the word snow, it will mean something different to someone who lives in Denver, than it does to someone who lives in upstate New York, and yet something different to someone who lives in Houston.
"The game means something to Arsenal - and it certainly should mean something to us too.
When he looks me in the eyes, I can see I mean something to him.
But beyond establishing the rules of engagement, it's incumbent on the vendors to reach out to their solution provider partners to show them the alignment of their respective sales efforts actually mean something to them.
They mean something to us and they mean something to the people of Barry.
So, ladies and gentlemen - I give you 13 words and phrases that mean something completely dierent when you start to turn into your mother.
"Elections mean something. Votes in Congress mean something.
"If you are going to say things, they have to mean something. And to mean something, you have to be prepared to follow up.
This edition is dedicated to every employee who has heard their bosses utter these words, knowing that they actually mean something completely different.
I want it to mean something. I want it to mean something to the children.
He told the Kyodo news agency, "It would mean something to stage these games, more than ever.
"However, let's hope we can take it all the way, take it to a title decider and make sure the fixtures mean something after the split.
synonyms: incident, occurrence, and event mean something that happens.
"Great" used to mean something, but now is used for things which are largely average.