Common misspellings for some:
skeme, somon, somw, summey, soemone, smole, samae, mesome, smoe, sophome, beome, sheme, samle, 1981x762mm, someody, somre, somie, somweher, zoomy, synomy, sonme, same, saame, semie, suomi, awsume, sorce, someof, somlia, somome, s'more, summeer, rome, sunamie, smove, smmeel, asume, ciome, sumor, ausume, someon, socer, somuch, auwsome, somaia, someoe, asoum, c0ome, somch, somoone, someguy, somoe, someti, sadomy, soime, soem, csame, assome, somoene, somce, thsame, xomes, squeme, esme, seemi, samue, skime, ausome, smmer, soe, stome, ome, auesome, home2, forsome, schme, suumer, someodd, awsome, somcuh, somee, soumd, someonw, sooke, soke, seame, sofer, soif, somes, wesome, sone, sfae, sowe, wasome, wsome, xome, som, mome, souer, sampe, tiome, msuem, thesome, sumed, asuume, momme, stime, domme, someime, somenoe, sezmi, home1, sucomb, seeme, gormae, zomie, awseome, sommer, senmi, cusomer, stoem, sode, awsorm, rsume, sceme, somenew, samed, gome, ausom, somker, sseem, siome, sorde, tsome, some1, somone, zomby, soemoen, someine, soef, sme, fomer, someeon, saome, srome, somoa, simes, whome, suoreme, cimema, awsoem, storme, somer, soze, samje, samme, ssame, resthome, bceome, seemse, asoume, sreme, fome, sysem, kome, semem, somewho, suom, soemhow, szie, sove, asome, sommes, someome, somne, sose, fersome, sofie, soomer, somse, czme, somet, somth, seemy, somhow, somr, someny, summe, somewhy, cinome, so0me, sooer, somkey, sohie, womer, sompe, someehow, sopmehow, home, symp, cirme, sesme, rusume, sokme, sumeer, zomies, someoue, bome, sonomo, rasomey, awsom, owsome, sosme, soace, soeme, somewair, somt, succome, soium, samet, come, soph, asumme, asame, someo, seseme, museme, semore, simmi, somm, smehow, hasome, someoen, sdoem, sutomer, shceme, stomer, sanme, semed, ssme, ghome, scema, sucome, voume, samehaw, somed, sopme, saeme, somewhe, somday, sreem, swome, resome, sohe, sofe, sime, phome, sumize, samoe, soamone, wisom, somg, someform, somo, seema, stomy, soonm, come4, simer, sociey, somewer, cusom, aewsome, 1samuel, samen, zome, csome, semse, stomah, symol, somwhow, arsome, tiersome, ceame, somehw, samel, somoke, sosfme, soms, somew, gsme, some, aasume, h9ome, sceem, aesome, aowsom, ehme, sasme, seemm, seemde, musume, simom, jome, shome, sollem, sume, aousome, somen, simce, besome, solem, surcome, someown, zoomb, scme, shme, somehi, coxme, osme, esome, somthi, nwme, someohow, somedy, samse, swimer, sgame, swime, somd, samee, somene, momey, seme, soemday, smei, somwe, sameul, suname, sompy, spme, gasme, sope, soue, sercome, wome, samwe, smore, osome, somem, soshe, sesmae, somewha, esume, somehoe, sovie, csme, aome, fiersome, shmae, smeii, resme, seeem, sdame, simpe, scehme, soman, sdome, oome, samne, somethi, seome, awseom, ciema, showme, nome, saime, submie, scemer, somehwre, samew, zombe, somke, saqme, smae, somde, sanoma, somewear, somel, soummer, knome, tirsome, gormee, somoli, somwher, musame, awsoume, awwsome, esame, yousome, somoen, sumet, soome, smeer, somewhow, nsome, cmoe, scame, soive, simiur, sodem, somehwta, spome, ho0me, posom, soomehow, sobe, samre, sucume, ssome, sote, soie, rasome, samer, dsome, osume, awsomme, boehme, cxome, cosmo, ezyme, gsame, guesome, nsme, nomme, iohsem, poeme, solome, dsame, samey, shmue, soomed, sesime, sghe, swhe, simm, smoek, sohma, sohmas, s0me, sjome, somef, somme, sowem, smone, someout, soore, soeech, stimey, sumii, sumer, summi, symbo, tosome, zomes, s-one, sa-one, s. e. housman, sa. e. housman, sachen, saachen, sccession, saccession, schaean, sachaean, schaian, sachaian, sachene, scheson, sacheson, schomawi, sachomawi, sck-ack gun, sack-ack gun, sacme, sacne, scousma, sacousma, scumen, sacumen, secium, saecium, segean, saegean, segina, sombrer o, skme, s9me, som4, som3, zsome, szome, xsome, sxome, skome, solme, s0ome, s9ome, so9me, sojme, somje, som4e, some4, som3e, some3, 3ome, sgme, smme, snme, so-e, soee, somu, sewme, sowme, s ome, so me, som e.
Definition of some:
- Forming adjectives denoting a considerable degree of the quality expressed; as, darksome, quarrelsome.
- One part, number, or amount, usually indefinite, in distinction from the rest; as, I will take some, but not all; any unspecified amount; as, give me some of your candy: opposite to others; as, some came, others went.
- Certain individuals not designated.
- A portion.
- About; as, a distance of some four miles.
- In an approximate degree; about.
- ( informal; slang) remarkable; " that was some party"; " she is some skier"
- unknown or unspecified; " some lunatic drove into my car"; " some man telephoned while you were out"; " some day my prince will come"; " some enchanted evening"
- relatively many but unspecified in number; " they were here for some weeks"; " we did not meet again for some years"
- relatively much but unspecified in amount or extent; " we talked for some time"; " he was still some distance away"
- remarkable; " that was some party"; " she is some skier"
- Consisting of a greater or less portion or sum; composed of a quantity or number which is not stated; -- used to express an indefinite quantity or number; as, some wine; some water; some persons. Used also pronominally; as, I have some.
- A certain; one; -- indicating a person, thing, event, etc., as not known individually, or designated more specifically; as, some man, that is, some one man.
- Not much; a little; moderate; as, the censure was to some extent just.
- About; near; more or less; -- used commonly with numerals, but formerly also with a singular substantive of time or distance; as, a village of some eighty houses; some two or three persons; some hour hence.
- Considerable in number or quality.
- Certain; those of one part or portion; -- in distinct from other or others; as, some men believe one thing, and others another.
- A part; a portion; -- used pronominally, and followed sometimes by of; as, some of our provisions.
- A certain; as, some one whom I know; denoting a thing or person not definitely specified; as, some day I will come; more or less; as, she took some trouble: opposite to other; as, some people came, other people went.
- Denoting an indefinite number or quantity: certain, in distinction from others: moderate or in a certain degree: about.
- Denoting an indefinite number or quantity; persons; in a certain degree.
- Not definitely known.
- Part, but not all.
- Denoting an indeterminate quantity, number, person, or thing; more or less; one or other.
- Expressing an indeterminate number or quantity, more or less; denoting one person or thing; about, as some two dozen; a portion greater or less; certain; moderate; used improperly for somewhat, as he is some better.