at some indefinite or indeterminate point of time:
He will arrive sometime next week.
at an indefinite future time:
Come to see me sometime.
Archaic. sometimes; on some occasions.
Archaic. at one time; formerly.
having been formerly; former:
The diplomat was a sometime professor of history at Oxford.
being so only at times or to some extent:
Traveling so much, he could never be more than a sometime husband.
that cannot be depended upon regarding affections or loyalties:
He was well rid of his sometime girlfriend.
at some unspecified point of time
(prenominal) having been at one time; former: the sometime President
(prenominal) (US) occasional; infrequent
adverb 1. on some occasions; at times; now and then. adverb 1. now and then; from time to time; occasionally 2. (obsolete) formerly; sometime
adverb 1. in some, way; somehow. adverb 1. in some unspecified manner
adverb 1. in some measure or degree; to some extent: not angry, just somewhat disturbed. noun 2. some part, portion, amount, etc. adverb 1. (not used with a negative) rather; a bit: she found it somewhat less easy than he
adverb, Archaic. 1. sometime.