somesthesia so·mes·the·sia (sō’mĭs-thē’zhə)
Variant of somatesthesia.
so’mes·thet’ic (-thět’ĭk) adj.
- Something else
some skin something else A person, thing, or event that is quite remarkable, as in That pitcher is something else, or Her new film is something else. The else in this idiom means “other than ordinary.” [ ; early 1990s ]
- Something else again
something something else again A different case entirely, as in If he’d called to cancel, we wouldn’t mind, but not showing up, that’s something else again. [ Mid-1800s ]
- Something fierce
- Something for the weekend
noun a euphemistic offering of a condom Examples Something for the weekend, sir? Word Origin fr 1972 Monty Python sketch and earlier from barber shops Usage Note UK slang