Definition of Somebody
1. Noun. A human being. "There was too much for one person to do"
Generic synonyms: Being, Organism, Causal Agency, Causal Agent, Cause
Terms within: Personality, Anatomy, Bod, Build, Chassis, Figure, Flesh, Form, Frame, Human Body, Material Body, Physical Body, Physique, Shape, Soma
Group relationships: People
Specialized synonyms: Self, Adult, Grownup, Adventurer, Venturer, Anomaly, Unusual Person, Applicant, Applier, Appointee, Appointment, Capitalist, Captor, Capturer, Changer, Modifier, Color-blind Person, Common Man, Common Person, Commoner, Communicator, Contestant, Coward, Creator, Controversialist, Disputant, Eristic, Applied Scientist, Engineer, Technologist, Entertainer, Experimenter, Expert, Face, Female, Female Person, Individualist, Denizen, Dweller, Habitant, Indweller, Inhabitant, Aboriginal, Aborigine, Indigen, Indigene, Native, Native, Inexperienced Person, Innocent, Intellect, Intellectual, Juvenile, Juvenile Person, Lover, Loved One, Leader, Male, Male Person, Money Dealer, Money Handler, National, Subject, Nonreligious Person, Nonworker, Compeer, Equal, Match, Peer, Beholder, Observer, Perceiver, Percipient, Percher, Forerunner, Precursor, Primitive, Primitive Person, Religious Person, Sensualist, Traveler, Traveller, Unfortunate, Unfortunate Person, Persona Non Grata, Unwelcome Person, Unskilled Person, Worker, African, Person Of Color, Person Of Colour, Black, Black Person, Blackamoor, Negro, Negroid, Caucasian, White, White Person, Amerindian, Native American, Slav, Gentile, Hebrew, Israelite, Jew, Aries, Ram, Bull, Taurus, Gemini, Twin, Cancer, Crab, Leo, Lion, Virgin, Virgo, Balance, Libra, Scorpio, Scorpion, Archer, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Goat, Aquarius, Water Bearer, Fish, Pisces, Abator, Abjurer, Abomination, Abstainer, Abstinent, Nondrinker, Achiever, Succeeder, Success, Winner, Acquaintance, Friend, Acquirer, Active, Actor, Doer, Worker, Adjudicator, Admirer, Adoptee, Adversary, Antagonist, Opponent, Opposer, Resister, Advisee, Advocate, Advocator, Exponent, Proponent, Affiant, Agnostic, Doubter, Amateur, Ancient, Anti, Anti-american, Apprehender, Appreciator, Archaist, Arrogator, Assessee, Asthmatic, Authority, Autodidact, Baby Boomer, Boomer, Baby Buster, Buster, Bad Guy, Bad Person, Baldhead, Baldpate, Baldy, Balker, Baulker, Noncompliant, Bullfighter, Toreador, Bather, Beard, Bedfellow, Bereaved, Bereaved Person, Best, Topper, Birth, Biter, Blogger, Blond, Blonde, Bluecoat, Bodybuilder, Muscle Builder, Muscle-builder, Musclebuilder, Muscleman, Bomber, Brunet, Brunette, Buster, Candidate, Prospect, Case, Cashier, Celebrant, Celebrater, Celebrator, Censor, Chameleon, Beguiler, Charmer, Baby, Child, Chutzpanik, Closer, Clumsy Person, Aggregator, Collector, Battler, Belligerent, Combatant, Fighter, Scrapper, Complexifier, Compulsive, Computer User, Contemplative, Convert, Ape, Aper, Copycat, Emulator, Imitator, Counter, Counterterrorist, Crawler, Creeper, Creature, Wight, Creditor, Cripple, Dancer, Social Dancer, Dead Person, Dead Soul, Deceased, Deceased Person, Decedent, Departed, Deaf Person, Debaser, Degrader, Debitor, Debtor, Defecator, Shitter, Voider, Delayer, Deliverer, Demander, Dieter, Differentiator, Discriminator, Disentangler, Unraveler, Unraveller, Contestant, Dissenter, Dissident, Objector, Protester, Divider, Domestic Partner, Significant Other, Spousal Equivalent, Spouse Equivalent, Double, Image, Look-alike, Dresser, Dribbler, Driveller, Drooler, Slobberer, Drug User, Substance Abuser, User, Dyslectic, Ectomorph, Effecter, Effector, Elizabethan, Emotional Person, Endomorph, Enjoyer, Enrollee, Ethnic, Adventurer, Explorer, Extravert, Extrovert, Faddist, Faller, Fastener, Fiduciary, First-rater, Follower, Free Agent, Free Spirit, Freewheeler, Friend, Fleer, Fugitive, Runaway, Gainer, Gainer, Weight Gainer, Gambler, Gatekeeper, Gatherer, Good Guy, Good Person, Granter, Greeter, Saluter, Welcomer, Grinner, Groaner, Grunter, Guesser, Handicapped Person, Hater, Heterosexual, Heterosexual Person, Straight, Straight Person, Gay, Homo, Homophile, Homosexual, Homunculus, Hope, Hoper, Huddler, Hugger, Immune, Insured, Insured Person, Interpreter, Introvert, Jat, Gem, Jewel, Jumper, Junior, Killer, Slayer, Relation, Relative, Kink, Kneeler, Knocker, Apprehender, Knower, Large Person, Latin, Laugher, Assimilator, Learner, Scholar, Left-hander, Lefty, Southpaw, Life, Lightning Rod, Linguist, Polyglot, Literate, Literate Person, Liver, Longer, Thirster, Yearner, Loose Cannon, Machine, Mailer, Malcontent, Man, Manipulator, Man Jack, Married, Masturbator, Onanist, Measurer, Nonmember, Mesomorph, Ladino, Mestizo, Middlebrow, Miracle Man, Miracle Worker, Misogamist, Mixed-blood, Modern, Monolingual, Mother Hen, Mouse, Maimer, Mangler, Mutilator, Namer, Namesake, Neglecter, Neighbor, Neighbour, Neutral, Nondescript, Nonparticipant, Nonpartisan, Nonpartizan, Nonperson, Unperson, Nonresident, Nonsmoker, Nude, Nude Person, Nurser, Occultist, Optimist, Orphan, Ostrich, Ejector, Ouster, Outcaste, Outdoorsman, Owner, Possessor, Coddler, Mollycoddler, Pamperer, Spoiler, Pansexual, Excuser, Forgiver, Pardoner, Partner, Party, Passer, Personage, Personification, Perspirer, Sweater, Philosopher, Chooser, Picker, Selector, Pisser, Urinator, Contriver, Deviser, Planner, Player, Posturer, Powderer, Preserver, Propositus, Public Relations Person, Pursuer, Pussycat, Quarter, Quitter, Radical, Realist, Rectifier, Carrottop, Red-header, Redhead, Redheader, Registrant, Allayer, Comforter, Reliever, Repeater, Recoverer, Rescuer, Saver, Rester, Controller, Restrainer, Revenant, Have, Rich Person, Wealthy Person, Right Hander, Right-hander, Righthander, Riser, Romper, Roundhead, Ruler, Swayer, Rusher, Scientist, Scratcher, Mediocrity, Second-rater, Cloud Seeder, Seeder, Quester, Searcher, Seeker, Segregate, Romanticist, Sentimentalist, Sex Object, Sex Symbol, Mover And Shaker, Shaker, Showman, Signatory, Signer, Simple, Simpleton, Six-footer, Skidder, Slider, Slipper, Slave, Slave, Sleepyhead, Sloucher, Small Person, Smasher, Smiler, Sneezer, Sniffer, Sniffler, Sniveler, Snuffer, Snuffler, Socialiser, Socializer, Sort, Sounding Board, Sphinx, Expectorator, Spitter, Sport, Sprawler, Spurner, Squint-eye, Squinter, Smotherer, Stifler, Stigmatic, Stigmatist, Stooper, Stranger, Struggler, Case, Guinea Pig, Subject, Supernumerary, Surrenderer, Yielder, Survivalist, Survivor, Suspect, Tagger, Tagger, Tapper, Tempter, Termer, Scourge, Terror, Threat, Testate, Testator, Scrag, Skin And Bones, Thin Person, Third-rater, Thrower, Tiger, Totemist, Toucher, Transfer, Transferee, Transexual, Transsexual, Cross-dresser, Transvestite, Attempter, Essayer, Trier, Turner, Tyrant, Opener, Undoer, Unfastener, Untier, User, Vanisher, Dupe, Victim, Victorian, Visionary, Visually Impaired Person, Waiter, Waker, Walk-in, Needer, Wanter, Ward, Warrior, Watcher, Doormat, Weakling, Wuss, Weasel, Squirmer, Wiggler, Wriggler, Winker, Withholder, Witness, Worldling, Yawner
Derivative terms: Individualize, Mortal, Personhood, Personify
Definition of Somebody
1. n. A person unknown or uncertain; a person indeterminate; some person.
Definition of Somebody
1. Pronoun. Some unspecified person. ¹
2. Noun. A recognised person, a celebrity. ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Somebody
1. an important person [n -BODIES]
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Literary usage of Somebody
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Punch by Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Francis Cowley Burnand, Owen Seaman (1874)
"WORK FOR somebody. WILL somebody explain the present position of affairs in ... Will somebody explain why Clergymen are the only class of men who wear ..."
2. The Poets and Poetry of Scotland: From the Earliest to the Present Time by James Grant Wilson (1876)
"When sages with their precepts show, Perfection is unknown below, They mean, except in somebody. Her lovely looks, sae kind ami gay, Are sweeter than the ..."
3. The Novels of Jane Austen by Jane Austen, Reginald Brimley Johnson (1892)
"The very curtains of her bed seemed at one moment in motion, and at another the lock of her door was agitated, as if by the attempt of somebody to enter. ..."